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Monthly Archives: April 2014

What’s in a Day?

Just when we think we have a good rhythm going, we decide to add more responsibilities to the already full days. I suppose the more we learn then the more we realize that we have so much more to learn. I’ve got my first attempt at cottage cheese sitting on the kitchen table and a cheese making  … Continue reading »

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Tupelo Honey and Maggie the Milk Cow

The Tupelo is flowing! Andy (my favorite farmer) and I spent a ‘date night’ in our friend’s bee yard picking up 6 more bee hives to move to the swamp on the Ogeechee River for the Tupelo honey flow. It wasn’t your typical date night, I’ll admit it, but it was awesome. I love the … Continue reading »

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Chainsaw

The Farmer told me about half an hour ago (as I write this) that he’d like to be able to ‘splurge’ and buy a chainsaw. A chainsaw isn’t your normal ‘splurging’ item, especially for a farm that sells and barters firewood for other goods and services, but there are some tools that one needs to do … Continue reading »

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Blackbellies

I went to a farm swap on Saturday while Andy worked in the herb garden and distributed CSA shares. I came home with a pair of Blackbelly lambs. They seemed to be hairy goats when I met them, but came to realize they were indeed sheep. Awesome sheep! I’ll keep you posted. ~The Farmer’s Wife … Continue reading »

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