We picked-up the young Jersey bull, Poncho and he’s a rowdy boy alright. We let Gwen go into the pasture with him, but he knocked her down in the mud by bouncing around and into her so we brought her back up.
I spent a good bit of time in the garden yesterday. I completely weeded out two small beds, the same beds where I planted peas. There are probably 10 pea plants growing and I left them to see how they do, but
I’ve raved about the fresh ham I cooked from Rock House Farm. We ate it again last night and I made a loaf of beer bread to go with it. I mentioned here here or on Facebook that I found another really
Well, I found some locally, but they are pricey: $5/chick! That’s if we pick them up and that would be at least an hour and a half trip one way, if not, they are $8/chick. As I expected, Wally vetoed it. I
And that is a good thing! It’s been way, way, way too hot. We spent most of the weekend dodging rain drops. This week is supposed to be dry and much more seasonal. In fact, tomorrow might be downright chilly! I went
Lovely, huh? I’d like to swallow a whole bottle of aspirin. I want to go back to bed. I don’t know what is the matter with me. I didn’t sleep well. Either I’m not getting enough exercise or I’m getting too much.
The rabbits continue to do really, really well. A Portuguese couple bought one of my Roaster Rabbits on Saturday at the Farmer’s Market. The husband e-mailed me yesterday asking to buy six more! Unfortunately I don’t have six more to sell him,
I can’t stand it. I am dragging! I think it’s a combination of a lot of things. I was blaming the time change, but now I think it’s a combination of high pollen and unusually high heat. It was close to 80
It’s still hard to get up in the morning. The alarm woke us this morning. Normally, I wake up before the alarm, which is so much nicer. The alarm startles you out of sound sleep and it sucks! Wally is off Friday!
I said that yesterday, but I found out early in the morning that the farm manager from RHF was going to be going to Newton to take care of the cows so I would have to meet him to get grain. I