Sunday we spent a delightful day with new friends and old, at Wildcraft Fiber Farm and The Crowded Acre. Thank you Jen and Jane for hosting us, your farms and animals are amazing! The cutest sheep and goats in the universe. Moo and her babies are so happy in their new home. Thank you Goosey.
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This morning on the way to school. Snowplows on the road and deer waiting for it to melt. Can you see the Pica Pica on the deer’s back? I guess it was searching for deer ticks. and then it flew to the back of the deer in the middle.
Farm Fashion Show
Runway photos by Natanielle Huizenga. “Oh, what a pretty Margie. Good girl, steady now, that’s it. Ok, now look this way…Pretty chicken…”
Take What You Need
Noni is going to her first high school dance tonight. She made this and is going to secretly hang it up on the wall, in case anyone needs something. 🙂
It Should Be Illegal
But to add insult to injury, we are paying for it, with our taxes and our health. This morning, with deep blue, pristine skies, promised to be a glorious day. Four hours later: Chemical Shit Storm. 360 degrees. grrrrr. So, where is the outrage?… it is possible that there are some people who never look … Continue reading
We wish all of you a wonderful Thanksgiving, wherever you are. Thank you for making our lives richer. We have much to be thankful for, especially friends, two legged and four.
Everything was edged with sparkles this morning. Beautiful.
“Have you eaten the Silkies yet?”
I’ve had a few inquiries as to if we’ve eaten the Silkies yet. Why in the world would anyone want to eat Silkies? The articles in this post explain it. Well, for one thing, we have not eaten them because they are the only ones laying eggs right now, tiny little things, and I’m grateful … Continue reading
Living in Paradise
A dear friend sent me this photograph of her view from her kitchen window today. Wow! thank you Francie. I’ve been dealing with hunter’s hell. Some of the hunter’s compound that have parked directly across the dirt road from us on the hill came down today to complain that our livestock dogs barking kept them … Continue reading