Archive for September 2018

A wooly day

Despite the perfect weather for working outside, and despite the fact that I have so much to do outside right now, I decided to take an afternoon to process some fiber. My plan was to card some of the wool from our shetland ram, so I could spin it to ply with the weird color…

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Dinner from the garden

There is nothing like a big bowl of savory stew for dinner this time of year, especially if most of the ingredients are from the garden.  This is one of my favorite stews, and is so quick and easy to put together. Just put hamburger (not cooked) in the bottom of a crockpot. Dice or…

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Flowers, flowers, flowers

After a week and a half of rainy days, the sun finally decided to show itself. It was the perfect temperature to work outside. I finished cleaning up the old berry area that I had started on the last dry day. It feels good crossing that job off my list! I spent the rest of…

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Enjoying This Fall Weather

I don’t know about anyone else, but after a summer of full of warm, sunshiny days, I welcome this bit of rainy weather. For a few days at least, I can use the excuse that I must stay inside and putter because it is wet outside. (I know, I do not melt, so i could go…

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A is for Apple

The farm has been a busy place this last week and a half, with the sweet scent of apples filling the air. One of our apple trees put on a bumper crop this year, it’s fruit crisp and tart…. perfect for all sorts of good things. This is amazing, since last year we thought it…

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Here I am, Falling into fall!

I just read a post from a friends blog, www.jennsgarden.com  Her garden and recipes inspire me to do better at this blogging thing. When I clicked on my blog to see where I left off, I was shocked! Only 3 posts???? I was so sure I did more. Unfortunetly, I realized that all of those…

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