My little 6 year old chickadee, she is a wonder. I often don’t see her for hours as she is out helping with the chores, or harvesting or transplanting. I’m pretty sure she knows more about our operation than I do. If I don’t know where the new lettuce planting is, or if I’m looking
Headed to the Saturday morning market. What is so amazing is that for our little corner of the world, the products here are world class. Here are a few pics of our farm products, yum, yum and yum. I can attest to that! Auntie Dee Dee’s baked goods are A-MAZ-ING Our dear friends and fellow
I love our town. I love our park in the middle of town. On Friday nights while I am selling my wonderful,delicious, local products in this sweet little park, the kids often splash and play in the fountain or put together a pickup game of soccer. It’s great. It was a gorgeous morning in the
We are crazy. I feel like I say this a lot. If you think this is true also (that I say that a lot) well it’s for a reason. WE ARE CRAZY! I have this friend, well, CSAer (please don’t think it’s lame that half my friends are actually customers, organic farm customers are THE
It seems like just yesterday. I was so young and excited to be a mom. My first baby was born on a hot August day in my bedroom with my husband behind me. How can she possible be turning 8 this week!!! My how time flies. The phrase “long days short years” is one I
A good stretch of weather means haying around here! Today was good, I spent 4 hours on the tractor tedding the hay. My Farmer and his awesome crew processed 150 pastured chickens, kids rode bikes and swung in in the hay loft. Happy CSAers and customers picked up their veggies and picked flowers and herbs.
Grace is open for business! Hi Mom! It’s good that you came during a lull in customers…..
As fall has arrived on the farm yet again I have been finding myelf anxious in this between seasons time. As fun as summer has been with haying, beach time, adventures, etc. My home is calling me, and I am ready to settle down to organizing, homeschool, baking, projects. But it is a false call
Crazy busy week. Haying. Back to back farmers markets. Kids. Laundry. Veggies. Sunshine. You know, the usual. Here are a few pictures of two of our awesome gals and my little Rita unloading a few wagons. I snapped a few pics then hopped on to help. My father-in-law came to help too. No snaps of