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Incoming!

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29

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Glory Bee’s new boyfriend comes today! We’re ready and waiting for the trailer to back in to these gates and let the wooing begin.

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Misbehavin’

Jun
28

Do you see that, missy?
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That!
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THAT!!!
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WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY FOR YOURSELF?

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  1. IMG_2409 June 27, 2014 - The Trouble with Fencing

    Look at what else I can get in my Impala! That’s 200 feet of fencing. I had already bought all the fence wire in the size I wanted from the little store and had to go to the city. I was loading this fencing into my car by myself, and feeling pretty proud of myself though it was heavy, when three men parked a pickup … Continued…

  1. IMG_2410 June 26, 2014 - Not A Good Plan

    The shelf hen is still at it. But what is this about? This position is no good! What am I supposed to do, catch the egg with my hand? She’s like five feet above the porch floor, set to drop her egg over the side of the shelf.

    However, apparently she was just messing with me because as I stood there giving her a … Continued…

  1. goatburger June 25, 2014 - Surfacing

    Photo by Debi Ellis.

    I’m coming to the surface after five days of workshops here on the farm. We had a BLAST. This was an awesome group of women. I’ll have a full report soon with lots more pictures. I’m terrible at taking pictures during retreats, but these ladies were fantastic at it and I really appreciate them letting me use their photos. I … Continued…

  1. IMG_2401 June 18, 2014 - Mother and Child Reunion

    Dear friends, we have achieved heavy cream for butter for the workshops. EVERYONE IS SO HAPPY NOW.

    The retreat starts tomorrow and runs five days! I’ll keep you updated.

  1. IMG_2397 June 17, 2014 - The Face of Bellowing

    I keep telling them it’s not forever, just till I get some butter! They’re so impatient.

  1. IMG_2364 June 16, 2014 - Egg Delivery

    I have to admit….

    ….that when she drops an egg right here by the back door, it’s kinda handy.

    Except that most of the time, she gets herself so excited that she manages to kick it off the shelf and leave it broken on the porch floor. I’m still working on “securing” the shelves.

    Meanwhile…….. Continued…

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