Monthly Archives: April 2018

Random Foto Friday

Welcome to Random Foto Friday where I share my favorite moments from around the farm this week.  Today’s post is a day late as yesterday was shearing day for our alpacas.  Thanks to Pete and his team from Top Knot Shearing for … Continue reading

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Two Men and a Rototiller

I’m so grateful for my husband, Brian, and our friend Greg who used pick ax, shovel and rototiller to prepare my garden for this year’s vegetable bonanza.  Remember what it looked like before?

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Planning the Vegetable Garden

Now that the weather has seemingly straightened itself out, I’m in vegetable garden planning mode.  Most years I fly by the seat of my pants, but this year I wanted to make sure I got in everything for yummy summer … Continue reading

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Chicken Chat

Now that the weather is finally cooperating with spring, my attention is turning to planning the vegetable garden, landscaping the front of wonky old farmhouse, and ordering more chickens.  This winter took it’s toll on my hens.  I lost three … Continue reading

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Random Foto Friday

Welcome to Random Foto Friday where I share my favorite moments from around the farm this week.  It has been a harrowing week with the freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall creating a dire situation for migrating birds, especially Robins, who are … Continue reading

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Wild Birds and Robins

I am literally physically and emotionally sick over the dire situation our migratory birds, including Robins, are in.  With the freezing temperatures and snow cover Robins particularly are at risk because they can’t forage for worms and insects.  They are … Continue reading

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Beginning Bee Keeping

This is the year I begin my journey into honey bee keeping. Actually it started a few years back when I took a beginning beekeeping course at the Madison Area Technical College. As interesting as it was, and as excited … Continue reading

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Calgon Take Me Away!

You may or may not have noticed that my blog is in a bit of a shambles.  I’m at my wits end.  I changed my hosting platform from one account to another (within the same company that shall not be … Continue reading

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Happy Easter

Wishing all my family and friends, near and far, a Blessed and Happy Easter. Even though we may be miles apart, you’re in my thoughts and always on my heart. To my dear readers, thank you for following and Blessed Be. … Continue reading

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