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We attended another sheep-to-shawl meeting over the weekend. The plan was to spin enough weft to weave a scarf as a trial for the state championship scheduled for January. 406 more words
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The title of today’s contribution reminds me of a post of more than two years ago and entitled Snood \ˈsnüd\. A snood is what we call the prominent, fleshy, appendage which dangles from between and just below the eyes of a Tom turkey. 105 more words
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If you read last Thursday’s post you may be interested to know that the ewes that left the farm have settled in nicely at their new digs. 728 more words
6 days, 17 hours
Oh the joys of July.
When you’re pitchforking hay.
You do it on a real sunny day.
You’re gonna walk and swing and sway.
When you’re pitchforking hay. 314 more words
2 weeks, 4 days
Here is our current barn, built about 40 years ago. The lower area that shows light green concrete blocks used to be a cow barn. The old barn is on its last legs. 434 more words
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From High Heels to Hiking Boots
I had aleady done 36 days of farm work in Bowen. But I needed 88 – or 3 months at one farm to get my second year working holiday. 731 more words
I think that what most kids know about where chicken comes from is that somehow it appears in the store wrapped in plastic. I wonder what kids know about where Chestnuts come from. 796 more words