Wrapping Up

It’s that time of year.  Chickens are long gone.  Pigs have gone to the butcher.  Turkeys went this morning and come back from the processor tonight.  [Pick up is 8pm, for those who have reservations!]  While I will miss my giant white lawn ornaments, I…

Albrecht Farm

Took some photos for our Amish neighbours, Israel & Ida Albrecht and made them a beautiful little Blurb book to show their customers how they operate.  Because a picture is worth 1,000 words!   If you are in the Kincardine area and would like their…

Little Bits

There have been so many blessings this summer.   Delicious dinners at the Harbour Street Brasserie, where we get to play dress up like adults and enjoy perfection on a plate. Tiring out the children with sunshine.  Happiness induced exhaustion. Paddling in our Bananas Gorilla…

Heavy

Hay wagon came.  I was told that the bales were real green, heavier than usual, and that if I could move 10 of them to call it a night and consider it a job well done.  Well, I managed to get 50 off the wagon…

Too Legit to Quit

I’ve done image retouching now for a decade.  And I have always purchased my software since it is tools I used for a job.   I never took maternity leave from retouching and I still do the odd job in my spare time.  The version of…

The Little Gardeners

“Hi diddle diddle, we’re full as a fiddle of things that come out of the ground.  What we plant in the spring, we pick in the fall, and put up in jars and eat it all when the snow comes falllllling down.” (Repeat off key,…

Around the Farm

Finally got my pictures together so I could participate in Farmama’s Around the Farm Thursdays!  Here we go! Pigs have learned to drink from their automatic waterer. This is a huge blessing, it means no more hauling 200′ of hose to them 2x a day,…

2 FAQ Answered

#1. “Should I join SuicideGirls“.  SG is not the same site today that it was when I joined in 2002.  Back when we walked to school uphill both ways and LIKED IT, all because the other tramps we were walking with were so fucking cool. …

Clouds

Our chickens look like giant clouds of feathers.  They go for processing on the 4th: anyone local interested in some Duncan Chicken is welcome to shoot me an email to: twwly@mac.com  They come chilled and vac pac’d and must be picked up the day of…

The Other Side

I always try to write about how great things are.  This is because they are really great, I mean the scheme of cares in the world, I’m coming out on top,  but also because I really hate whining.  I know a lot of people are…