With the rains that came this past week – we had to hold off with work on the front entrance. Instead, we turned our attention to the inside of the barn. Since erecting the barn last year – we have
So the garden season in the Midwest is coming to an end – and the daily chores have certainly dwindled. So what’s a gardener to do with all the time on their hands? For us – it is the perfect
Fall. It’s like the best of times and worst of times. On one hand – the great temperatures and clear blue skies make it great to work long days without the tiring effects of the burning sun and sweltering heat.
This week’s recipe was born out of necessity. We have had a busy week between work, school, football games, and “farm” work. We’ve all been there…you come home from work – you need to make dinner – and you take
We have always heard and read from so many about all the damage and destruction deer can do to their yard, garden and plants. Whenever we talk to anyone about our garden – it doesn’t take long for them to
Today marks an anniversary for our little blog – our 100th post! Since starting the blog about 8 months back on a cold day in February – we never imagined how far it would come in such a short time.
Wintertime. There I said it. I always hate thinking about that time of year – especially right now when the fall weather has turned beautiful here in Ohio. So…instead of thinking about the cold winter months ahead, I choose to
She’s far from perfection. A little big, a little loud – and a little old. But Betsy is absolutely perfect for our little farm. No, Betsy isn’t a long lost family member coming to stay with us. And although a
All in all – I would have to say that the most talked about of any venture we have going on at the farm are the chickens. “The Coop” as we call it – is usually the first place visitors
With our fall crop of lettuce, radishes and sugar snap peas in the ground – the rest of the summer garden has begun to slow down. Just this past week – we canned a few more quarts of tomato juice to