I can’t believe it’s that time already – another month has flown by and it’s time for October’s version of “The Farm In Pictures”. The temperatures continue to edge down each week, and the farm is showing more and more
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.
Beyond getting to meet so many spectacular people – one of the most rewarding aspects of building our pergolas is knowing that they become a special place for people from all over to enjoy their own backyard space. I am
Just like that – July is in the books and here we are already in August. That means it’s time for our monthly picture taking walk around the garden and farm. We still have had consistent temperatures in the 90’s
Well – #25 finally got crossed off the list! Host a Barn Party. We had our first of what we hope will become an annual barn party event for our family and friends. We couldn’t have been more fortunate with
It is finished! Last night the last pile of rock was leveled out for the outdoor kitchen – the last rocks put into place on the hill – the final bags of mulch laid down – and the last few
Finally! Something that we are going to see. After the last few weeks of digging ditches and drains and a whole lot of work that only gets buried – we began to lay the brick for the barn pergola patio.
So yesterday was a long day at the farm – we had a HUGE load of large rock delivered for the purpose of building the stone retaining wall behind the barn and outdoor kitchen. I have to admit it –
This isn’t exactly the best time of year to get major projects done! Between softball and baseball games, spring planting, mowing, and building the pergolas we sell – our own “to do” list sometimes suffers. What’s the old saying…a plumber’s
While working at the farm this past weekend – we decided that it is time. Our girls, the chickens, need to have more of an assigned “designated area”. During the building of the farm, the chickens have truly been free