Monthly Archives: June 2014

Crazy Days

At least a half dozen varieties of nuttiness has been going on around here. This week’s variety involves the chickens. The first batch of broilers arrived four weeks ago. It dawned on me last week that the second batch will … Continue reading

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Siblings in Tandem

Pictures of parenting bliss:   Ahhhhhh… Now if they would just be that peaceful ALL of the time!

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Driving School

Caution: Student Driver For the new design for driving school vehicles, we are apparently placing the instructor in a rear ejection seat for quick escapes.

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Architect

Today’s News: The Moose has come up with a new drive train design for the embattled Bertha drilling machine in Seattle. He’s also come up with an adjustable truss design for farm structures, pictured on the lower right. His dream … Continue reading

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Yet another gratuitous baby picture

Peek-a-boo!

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The thrill of the hunt

Sunny days are here again!  Junior loves it outside, but we have to keep a pretty close eye on him.  Fortunately, Rosebud enjoys helping watch her baby brother.

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Faces of homeschool: the Moose

The Moose has his own tracing and coloring projects, but he prefers to be pictured doing his favorite offline activity: Construction. Perhaps we can list it as an Architecture & Design class for kindergartners?

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