Tag: pigs

Sheep and Gardens

Don’t get too excited, it isn’t what you think. Believe me when I say, that I want this title to be about my very own sheep. Alas, the sheep in which my title refers is to all the beautiful sheep that I saw Mother’s… Continue Reading “Sheep and Gardens”

Warm

The temperature is slowly warming up and everyone is making their way outside. Though they are now back in the chicken wagon, we fenced off the back end of the greenhouse and let the girls out to stretch and scratch and enjoy the sunshine.… Continue Reading “Warm”

Short and sweet

I'm quiet I know, in the summer the farm is my full time job. I have little time to do anything crafty and as I have previously mentioned, any crafting I have done cannot be showed until after my best friends bachelorette party. With… Continue Reading “Short and sweet”

Things I miss

I haven’t been able to do much this week, I ache all over, so sewing, knitting, crocheting, and spinning have not been an option. Instead I’ve been binge watching tv shows, finishing books, & binge reading my favorite blogs. I’ve had a lot of… Continue Reading “Things I miss”

Canning, canning, and more canning

We have an abundance of tomatoes, beans & cucumbers on the farm right now I spend most days parked in front of the stove, canning up a storm  Lots of pickles (over 45 jars) bread & butter and Dill Indian pepper relishLots of diced… Continue Reading “Canning, canning, and more canning”

Chirp chirp chirp

The days have been sunny and warm (95 😳) these last few days (normal temps for New Hampshire in May are in the high 60’s), we have been soaking up the sun, playing with birds, & getting our hands dirty. We had half an acre… Continue Reading “Chirp chirp chirp”

Anniversary #3 *edit*

Apparently I missed it, but according to WordPress So let’s have a quick year in review * This time last year I was home schooling * We were renting a house on the New Hampshire/Vermont boarder, just two hours south of Canada * We… Continue Reading “Anniversary #3 *edit*”

Getting ready

This past weekend we spent time preparing for the arrival of our last critters (who should be here tomorrow), finishing up the portable chicken coop, and the kids learned how to card wool. First I would like to say, that it is a miracle… Continue Reading “Getting ready”