I did a soap-palooza last week and made six batches of goat’s milk soap, including a few new ones for my soap store–orange zest, cherry pie, rosemary, and a beer soap. If you haven’t seen my soap store yet, you can check it out here!

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Whispers of Winter


Dogs looking on as the first trailer of hay for the year is unloaded at the farm. I don’t even want to think about winter yet, but we have to!

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    Looks like I’ve got some work to do!

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    Cow’s milk Jarlsberg cheese, air-drying before waxing.

    Sour cream, draining.

    Goat’s milk Jarlsberg, in the press, and a soft cheese draining (cow’s milk).

    And that’s what you can do with raw milk, people!

  1. IMG_8247 June 7, 2016 - All Three, Again

    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 … Continued…

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    What happens when Maia gets out of the goat yard.

  1. IMG_8234 May 31, 2016 - Mother Duck

    Here she comes.

    Mother Duck (see her duckling story here and here) has been doing a fantastic job with her eleven ducklings (four of her own, seven adopted).

    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 … Continued…

  1. IMG_8230 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 … Continued…

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The Slanted Little House

"It was a cold wintry day when I brought my children to live in rural West Virginia. The farmhouse was one hundred years old, there was already snow on the ground, and the heat was sparse-—as was the insulation. The floors weren’t even, either. My then-twelve-year-old son walked in the door and said, “You’ve brought us to this slanted little house to die." Keep reading our story....

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