I actually had all three of my kids here this past weekend, which hasn’t happened in a few years! Ross is out of the Navy now, and living at home this summer after six years on a fast attack submarine. He’ll be starting at WVU in Morgantown this fall. Morgan is home from her second year at WVU, working again this summer as the 4-H ambassador for neighboring Clay County. Weston was home for the weekend–he’s currently stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.
What happens when Maia gets out of the goat yard.
More posts you might enjoy:
- May 31, 2016 - Mother Duck
Here she comes.
She still has all eleven. She walks them around the farm, takes them to the creeks, shows them where to dig for bugs in the pastures. And she keeps …
- May 26, 2016 - My Mornings
What it looks like when I’m headed for the barn:
Cart loaded with goat milker, cow milker, egg basket, and baby bottles.
I spend a couple of hours every morning with milking, other barn chores, and handling the milk and washing equipment etc. Less time in the evenings because I let the calves do the evening cow milking and just …
- May 23, 2016 - The White Tide
What it looks like when I’m getting ready to skim cream.
Milking two cows is like a milk tidal wave.
- May 19, 2016 - Traveling WV at Sassafras Farm
If you’re local to the Charleston, WV viewing area, the Traveling WV piece about Sassafras Farm will air on the 5 o’clock news tonight (around 5:50), WCHS channel 8. It will be on the WCHS website later. I’ll post a link when I have it!
- May 16, 2016 - Valentina the TV Star
Photo by Brad Rice.
Brad Rice from Charleston WCHS-TV channel 8’s “Traveling West Virginia” segment was at the farm on Saturday to do a piece about the workshops! If you’re in the local TV viewing area, you’ll be able to see it on TV (I’ll post the air date when I know it) or if you’re outside the viewing area, you can still see it on the …
- May 11, 2016 - Somebody Got A Haircut!
Precious got her summer “do” last week!