Monthly Archives: July 2011

1000 visits!

I know it’s not much, but it’s a bit of a milestone. This new site has had 1000 visits. I can hear the potato beetles clapping.

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Enter, Larry!

When, two days ago, I said Lily was on deck in the birthing circle, I really didn’t think her turn would come today. Lily, not one to miss a meal, failed to show up this morning. This was either good … Continue reading

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Brag about my kid!

Just ’cause I can.  Here’s my son playing Tico Tico with his instructor, David Surette. Just follow the link. Axel Stewart playing Tico Tico

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Truckstravaganza!

Second Saturday Neighborhood Night July 2011 and the first, Let’s Paint the Chicken Truck Party resides in the history books. Team Pollock-Olitski-Matisse-Rauschenburg-Garcia gratefully completed the epic effort in record time. Many, many thanks to all who brought paint and brush … Continue reading

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Our newest Mouseketeer

Meet Luna.  Meeska, MOoo-ska….  Out of Stella, her first. Second born of Moe. Born this morning, July 8, 2011. Everybody is doing great!  Watched a happy Auntie Cow event this afternoon… Stella-mom was resting in one of the chicken coop … Continue reading

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Ick.

Once upon a time, recently, two weeks ago to be exact, one of my piglets had a rectal prolapse. What’s a rectal prolapse you might ask? It’s pretty gross.  Yep, that’s what it is. If you want more, you’ll have … Continue reading

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Second Saturday Neighborhood Night

This month’s gathering in the farmstand comes hard on the heels of the 4th. I’m going to refrain from uttering the old yankee adage about summer and the 4th, because it really feels like summer just got here. The last … Continue reading

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Aldo, Ray and Jane

I enjoy the folks who come to my farm to see the sights and learn about farming. They have many reasons for coming, but some have “this-is-what-I-want-to-do” in their eyes. I love these folks. They need preparation, feeding, and nurturing, … Continue reading

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