Queen Acres Photo Gallery
Early March 2013 crocus in the yard. They add a splash of color to an otherwise dull colored landscape.
Hey, Mom! What do you think of my new wig?"... This little guy was enjoying the March weather and decided to play with his hay. He is a January 2013 kid out of Brandy (a Scorpio daughter) and Samurai (a Sumo son).
This anonymous little doe is running and enjoying the nice January weather 2013. She is so cute!
Samara Queen is our granddaughter. She had
to ride this pony at the Gallia County Fair in late July 2012. He needed a name and she called him "Alexander". She loves animals, especially cats, dogs, chickens, ponies and goats.
Inca is so cute. She really loves being outside and with the goats.
Fred and QA Annie in the field. She was a bottle baby and is very much like a puppy. We love her.
Red Poppy May 2012.
Very pale pink Hollyhock, May 2012.
Inca at home on the couch.
Inca, at attention.
Vase of spring flowers,
lilacs, tulips and jonquils.
Pale Rider, a pregnant kitty
on the back deck.
This unusual set of shadows fell against the barn creating this interesting picture. I call it "Shadow Goats at Dusk." It occurred on a warm sunny January evening.
Just a pretty barn cat doing
her thing in January 2012.
Inca decided to smile
for the camera.
QA Katrina and Pale Rider are
wondering where supper is.
This cat was just sunning herself
in a January evening.
This young calico kitty is a grandchild
of our original Lucky cat, who threw lots of calicos and whites.
Fred, Pat and Inca at a
goat show in the fall of 2011.
One year old Inca is in the recliner at home in October 2011.
Four year old Fuzzbucket is taking it easy in October 2011.
Pat and Fred in front of the famous
statue of the Mothman
Beware the attack of the Man in Black!
Pat is getting a hug from the Mothman
at the Mothman Festival in
Point Pleasant, West Virginia, 9-18-11
Conner Jaggers with QA Downtown Grown, Grand Champion Boer Buck
This is Queen Acres' new Anatolian shepherd, born in May 2011. Her name is Maya. She is about the same size as Inca, our Chinese Crested housedog in the picture with her, but that won't last long. She is growing quickly, and the goats seem to like her just fine.
Pat is holding Inca while at the
Nationals June 11, 2011
QA Crossfire and QA El Kapitan
at age 10 months in October 2010.
Pat and Inca
Slick is a white half Anatolian/half Pyrenees. He is a sweetheart of a livestock guard dog.
This pretty calico cat is simply wild. We cannot catch her. She is the mother of our housecat, Fuzzbucket, though. We call her Crazy Cat.
A pile of fuzzy kittens in the buck stall. Their mother is Crazy Cat.
Mask is taking a break. She's our purebred Anatolian livestock guard dog
Little Grey just blends
into her surroundings.
These cats are siblings. The one
on the left is called Newspaper
and the one on the right is named Black and White.
A bright Morning Glory
blooming in October 2010.
Granddaughters, Jaden and Liliana, during Jaden's third birthday party, September 25, 2010.
Jaden Northup, age 3,
blowing out her candles.
Marc Kinder, Debbie Ellis, and Pat Queen, siblings, who attended the 2010 October Bob Evans Festival in Rio Grande, Ohio.
QA Fiesta, close up of her head.
Fuzzbucket, lounging on
the kitchen floor.
QA Contessa is happily lyingin a
green wagon on a hot summer day.
Pat's trumpet vine
is blooming in July.
Fred is in the middle of feeding and QA Sheza Diva is curiously sniffing him.
Pat, showing QA Supreme Queen and grandson Derreck, showing QA Sheza Diva in the 3 to 6 month class at the Clermont County, Owensville, Ohio, ABGA show on May 22, 2010.
and the three flush kids out of Ennobled Sumo and ONBG Isabell: Samurai
on the left, Shogun
in the center, and Sumiko
on the right.
Pat and Liliana and their dog,
Nemo, in Feb. 2010.
Wild songbirds at the feeder
in Feb. 2010.
This is Fuzzbucket. He was born in the early summer 2009 to one of our barn cats, believe it or not! We fell in love with his blue eyes, and his playful and loving personality. He became our first cherished house cat.
QA Shekinah, QA Bambino, and QA Tsarina, during the summer 2009.
Mask and Dancer
Spike sitting behind Pat
(little dog in the chair)
Pat's first June rose on the back deck.
Fred, watching Miss Rembrandt, paint daughter of Sonora and Ennobled Remfire.
Dollop, the cat, with Bobbi Jo,
the kid in Jan. 2008
Bordeaux, Lady Bridget, and Remshot,
to Guinevere and Remfire
Sept. 2, 2007: Fred, Pat, and Spike at the Mid Ohio Boer Bonanza
Flashdance with Lucky
and the kittens.
March Crocus means
Spring is coming!
A Couple Of Yearlings
Walking Away In
The Spring Of 2005
Pat's Stargazer Lilies
An Old Tractor Covered In Snow
I Thought It Was A Pretty Picture
November Of 2003
Beautiful Autumn Day
at Queen Acres
A Foggy Morning
Behind Our House