Tag Archives: pasture

Lawn Ornaments

When we seeded the pasture, we were advised to mow it when it reached 6 inches tall.  However, it’s much too muddy out there now to run any sort of equipment over it; we’d just leave huge ruts. Fortunately, the … Continue reading

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Goats

Drat your hides!  See that fence behind you? You’re supposed to be on the OTHER SIDE!! Think you’re funny, don’t’cha? The goats are going to a new home.  We’re giving them away to another family that wants them for weed … Continue reading

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Chicken Butchering, Part Three

*Warning!* This post contains graphic pictures of dead chickens. If pictures of such things weren’t on your agenda today, click away. There were animals killed in the creation of these photos. They died quickly, and they were delicious. If you haven’t … Continue reading

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Chicken Butchering, Part Two

*WARNING!* This post contains graphic pictures, with blood and guts! If gory stuff wasn’t on your agenda today, click away. There were animals killed in the creation of these photos. They were killed quickly, and they were delicious. If you … Continue reading

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Big Changes

So there we were… living in town, dreaming of the country.  Looking at houses nearly every week, and coming home depressed because either the house was impossible or the land was. And then – BAM!  New house!  Lightening fast closing!  … Continue reading

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We’re moving!

As most of you know, we’ve been looking for a new home for a long time.  As in, three years. Our real estate agent has graciously shown us more than 30 properties, and we’ve been outbid or too late to the … Continue reading

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