Even though Grace only has a day on Lucky in terms of age, she seems so much older than him. She’s bigger, more adventurous, faster, smarter (read: doesn’t wander up to me, can easily locate her mother, etc.). Here she is at 8 days old.
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- The ducks are in the big house! I finally moved the young Rouens so I can use the other chicken tractors for the chicks. It's storming now so pics will be later.1 day ago
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- A catch up letter to good friend and former farm helper Jon. September 5, 2011Dear Jon, I will never have someone to help me down here on the farm that worked as hard or was as much fun to work with as you were. We rocked almost an acre of produce with just the two of us and a few hoes… A single plowing from a tractor, a couple of […]
- Garden Journal #3 August 3, 2011Things to remember for next years Spring and Summer planting. The Golden rule: thin more, seed less. I need a better Tomato trellis system, the post and cord method was fine but not great, I will try to make some cages, which is my favorite method but costly, I will also try a post and fence […]
- Garden Journal Entry#2 April 19, 20114/20/11 Today I finished planting the first of three rows in what we are calling the Pond Field which is about a quarter of an acre. Near the South end of this field I created another bed of 6 rows in which I planted English Peas, Radishes, Spinach, Kale, Arugula and Romaine. This is a partly shady […]