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She's A Wild One

Rosie is coming along but the more I work with her the more I’m learning she is much wilder than I thought. When her previous owner said, “I’ve been on her once,” I took that as I can at least get on her. 404 more words


Getting better.

This is my experiment in documenting the hazy, tenuous process of “getting better.”  I was limping around my chiropractor’s office the other day and saw a poster with an evilly smiling little girl on it:  “Just because you’re not sick doesn’t mean you’re healthy.”  So true. 513 more words


Living Fences: How-To, Advantages and Tips

Another great article from Mother Earth News. I want to start a living fence, and will implement many of these ideas.


Fences on your farm or homestead define property boundaries and separate production zones (garden, pasture, orchard). 1,852 more words


Tree Pruning with Jim Turner, horticulturist

Do you have a fruit tree to take care of? Let horticulturist Jim Turner teach you the right way to prune your trees this spring at our Tree Pruning workshop. 128 more words

Traditional Skills

Off again

I leave at lunchtime today. No, you are not coming Tima. Put those dogs down and behave yourself. 

So I will do a fast change after the lunchtime baby feeding and off we go. 259 more words


A Surprise Delivery!!!

Yesterday we were surprised with a very special delivery……well, we are expecting our little wethers…..so….guess what??!!!  Are you ready?????  Were we ready?????  Well… we had better be….because….you may have guessed it already, but….. 387 more words

Moving To Oregon

Super Sunny Thursday!

A lot of shak’n and groov’n on the farm today!

Panavision Sky

The girls were getting hot today

Cool in the shade