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Night Harvest On A Bias

Night time harvesting. This time the combines are rolling around the gentle bumps some people called hills. Flood lights from the combines andthe grain trucks create a magical imageas you drive through the late night farmlandsof the western plains. 6 more words

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Still Waiting

Waiting for winter, waiting for spring, waiting to see if my ewes are bred. If they are, they’re not telling.  If they aren’t, they are getting pretty fat anyway. 498 more words

Chores, Chores, Chores

Like yesterday’s garlic shoots, another sure sign of spring are the chores.

With the first hint of warmer weather, they just literally start popping up.  There is never a lack of things to do. 551 more words

Garden

Down on the Hop Farm

These faded photographs from the early part of the 1900’s give an insight of life on Seabrook Brothers Hop Farm in Tonbridge Kent. The cart loaded up for delivery, the farmhouse, and the farmers children.                                                                                                                        

Window To The Past

Going nuts

When roadtripping in New Zealand in a converted 1999 Ford Transit van with less-than-ideal brakes, there are few things that your partner – who is gamely doing all of the driving – enjoys more than you screeching “Hey! 623 more words

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How do I Tap My Trees?

How do I tap my trees? That’s a great question, and today on the blog we’ll show you exactly how to get started.  The first thing you’ll need to do is identify what types of trees you have for tapping. 270 more words

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