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My Story of Mrs. Butterfield

Everyone has a story about something or someone.

My story of Mrs. Butterfield started for me on a road trip across the United States.  It is true there is nothing bigger than a Kansas sky.   455 more words

Inward Growth

Post Harvest

Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but the seeds you plant.

For two months now (if you’re that lucky…) you have been running back and forth from home to fields, taking your farmer(s) lunch and on late nights dinner too, driving trucks and tractors, getting stuck and unstuck repeatedly, worrying about the weather and every other reason why you can’t combine that day…

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Olive Oil Harvesting - One Year

In the preceding four part series, we looked at, preparing for, harvesting and processing olives to make our olive oil. But what was the end result like? 136 more words


Popping into the Holidays

From fall to winter, where have the last few months gone? In October, we were busy with garden clean-up and November with organizing  year-end and making sure the popcorn was drying down. 607 more words

Farm Friday: Animal Behaviour

It seems the party last week was a one time event and everyone has been hanging out in their usual digs. And hey, my fence fixing has held up! 257 more words

Time goes by...

We had another party yesterday, but by the time I’d got it on the table there was no time for photos so you’ll just have to take my word for it. 199 more words

Care Farm

Spicy Tiny Potatoes.

Today I harvested 4kg (8lbs) of a little known ground root in Belize called Koorka.  They are little tubers about 2.5cm (1 inch) in size.  You eat them like you would potatoes. 251 more words