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July 28, 2020
Hay Season......almost over from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full

All of the hay has been baled.

Now it is time to haul it out of the fields

to store it away until winter...

Pulling down the driveway here at home...

All of the barns have been stuffed full of hay...

we will begin piling the bales outdoors now

and cover them with plastic 

before it rains in the fall.

The goats came out of the barn to see what

all of the commotion was about...

The round hay bales are loaded with the tractors

onto 30 foot trailers...

They are storing the hay next to the barn...

I can ...

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June 9, 2020
Laughter, YouTube & A Handmade Needle Roll! from Where Art & Life Meet

During these times of uncertainty I find I am rethinking my “I hate the opera” proclamations of the past, having been moved to tears listening to Maurizio Marchini serenading his fellow Florentines from his balcony during the lockdown. I cannot listen to this man without crying. And then there are those crazy goats… what’s going… Continue reading Laughter, YouTube & A Handmade Needle Roll!

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March 28, 2020
Boer Goats.....our weed eaters from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full

Goat Barn

Early morning sunshine burns off the fog.

We have a small herd of boer goats:

Little Lotta and Little Louie

He looks just like his mama.

Lucy and Little Lexy

She looks just like her mama.

Lily and Mini Me

Yes, each mama has a baby that is her twin.

They spend most of the day 

eating blackberry vines

along the river banks.

Now that it is calving season,

we spend most of our time across the river

at these two calving barns below:

We have 50 calves on the ground so far.

Several sets of twins.

We ...

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