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Mar
1


–as many as can fit, anyway!

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Pepper In the Water

Feb
26


Pepper loves water! Or–

–she loves chasing ducks and chickens around, and running them out of the creek, for fun!

(Precious is FINE, by the way, for those who asked. She doesn’t go to the barn yard, though. She has a healthy respect for ducks and chickens.)

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  1. February 25, 2017 - Morgan In the News!

    Morgan was at the Capitol Rotunda in Charleston yesterday presenting her history poster with a group from WVU for an undergraduate research day–and made the news!

  1. February 24, 2017 - Places To Go, Things To Do

    This rooster has places to go, things to do!

    What’s he running after so eagerly? Cracked corn? A lusty hen? A PILE OF FRESH COW POOP? (Oh so appetizing!)

    Heh.

    He’s catching up to Fred and Jumbo! He loves this pair, follows them around the barn yard all day … Continued…

  1. February 23, 2017 - Chocolate Croissants!

    I’ve made SO many croissants lately. These chocolate croissants are my favorites. I need to do another croissants post, as I don’t make croissants the way I used to. Time! The time! I’m gonna try, since I’m slightly croissant-obsessed lately!

  1. February 20, 2017 - Farm Crop

    Since the Great Flood last summer, numerous items have turned up on the farm, washed up from the flood waters, to be harvested like a wild crop. One of my favorites is this vintage Royal Crown Cola bottle.

    I did some research on the bottle. Like many manufacturers, RC used different bottle styles during different periods of time, which helps to date the bottle…. Continued…

  1. February 16, 2017 - Early Easter Basket

    Spring seems early here this year with this back and forth warm weather, and apparently so is Easter!

    The new Araucanas (from last summer) are starting to lay their pretty little blue and green eggs. A lot of their eggs are small right now, as first-timer eggs tend to be, but some are already starting to lay bigger eggs. I’ve missed the blue and green eggs … Continued…

  1. February 3, 2017 - Coming In the Gazette Metro

    Charleston Gazette Metro Section writer Bob Saunders, on the left, with a Gazette photographer (unfortunately, my brain has lost his name), visiting the farm last week to do a piece on me and the farm, workshops, etc, which will appear in the Gazette Metro’s special Travel & Tourism edition later this month. It was snowing the day they were here, taking pictures and video–of me, freezing, … Continued…

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