It’s apple harvest time here in Windy Woods.
It’s been a busy spring here in Windy Woods. Doing a lot outdoors. I learn something new every day around here, and every year for that matter. For example, this year I’ve learned the children don’t believe their sandbox is deep enough. Turkey’s are apparently variable in their “territory”. We’ve recently had a flock decide […]
Spring is really in the air here in Windy Woods, the trees are starting to bloom.
Forget what I said the other day about spring. Not only has the temperature dropped back below freezing, the ground is refreezing, and it’s snowing out there as I type. I’m not in the least surprised, but what else is there for a farmer to talk about sometimes?
Not much happening in Windy Woods this week.
Okay, I admit it, I’m ready for spring. This winter has been tough enough that I’m seriously considering moving south. Tennessee is looking better every day.
On this Thanksgiving day 2013 I thought I would list a few things that I’m truly thankful for. I truly am not being sarcastic about any of these either, despite what my readers might think. First and foremost, I’m thankful for my best friend in the world, Kristen who has given me a reason to […]
OK, not very good, but it was the first thing that came to my mind when I saw this. At least there were “boating” and not just splashing around in that icy puddle. I didn’t get as much work done last weekend as I had wanted, but I did manage to put an “egg door” […]
Well, actually, there’s no fence yet, but Kristen and I have been walking the line with Altana to familiarize her with the future boundaries. This has become one of my favorite times of the day.
Today I ramble on about random pending small jobs around Windy Woods