Monthly Archives: June 2004

This is a little rose bush that my friend Becky gave me. They were re-landscaping around their house and didn’t want it, so she dug it up and gave it to me. Pretty impressive that it has survived the move.

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Wooly Bully

You never know what you’re going to get when you step out the door in the morning. I suppose that’s true of most professions, farming being no exception. Today it was Bully, who’s been sequestered in his own space since … Continue reading

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Chicken Butchering Day

Our first chicken-butchering day. I was so excited you’d think we were doing it ourselves. Instead a local Mennonite woman is doing them for us. Originally we were supposed to have them to the Hurst’s farm at 8:00 a.m. But … Continue reading

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Geese

About 10:00 this morning I happened to glance out the kitchen window. Wow! There was a flock of over 40 Canadian geese hanging out along our creek. I quick grabbed the camera, went out and started snapping pictures. All of … Continue reading

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R.I.P., Sassy

Today started off a little rough – Matt ran over Sassy, one of our 2 housecats. She had spent the night outside and was apparently under his truck when he drove out this morning. She wasn’t killed immediately, but I … Continue reading

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