Monthly Archives: August 2011

Farmers’ Market

We had a very busy day at the market.  Celebrating Farmers’ Market Month and the kick off to Eat Local Week.  The radio station 103.5 was broadcasting live, Willie the Wildcat stopped by, and della Voce gave a chef demostration, … Continue reading

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Early Morning on the Farm…

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Puttin’ up hay…

Last night as the sun was going down we had ourselves a bale bucking party.  Wilbur and Sandy, Jeff and Malindy, Patrick, the boys and myself.  Both Isaac and Sam helped push the bales from the elevator to where we … Continue reading

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Summertime Fun!

Yummy! Fudgesicles The temperature has hit the triple digit mark again yesterday and today,  so the boys and I made fudgesicles.  A fun treat for the boys to help make.   Homemade Fudgesicles: Ingredients: 1 avocado 4 tablespoons cocoa powder … Continue reading

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Say, Cheese!

We had a very busy weekend.  Patrick almost has the corral done, just one small 4 foot section left. Then we will be looking to get a few goats for the fall with more to follow in the spring.  I … Continue reading

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Thanks to all our wonderful customers I have sold every egg my hens have laid this week. So without any eggs to sell I will not be at the market tomorrow.  I plan on catching up on some work here and … Continue reading

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It is hard to believe we are half way though August.  Most of the local schools start this week or next.  Town is already busy again with all the new and returning collage students. The chicks and keets are growing … Continue reading

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It’s a girl!

After waiting all summer Rose had her calf on Saturday around noon.  I was still at the farmers market so I missed the actual birth but ran home between the market and a meeting to get a peek at her. … Continue reading

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Busy Days of Summer…

With 21 days in July over 100 degrees and the first few days of August setting new record highs, today is greatly appreciated.  The forecast high of 84 with light rain showers makes me smile.  Even with the hot weather we … Continue reading

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