Monthly Archives: July 2012

Filling the Gap

Sitting at the library the other day I overheard a man telling a boy about a site he had visited in Peru.  “There were stone walls there, stones in all sorts of shapes, not just rectangles and squares, but odd … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

Since the heat wave continues to hamper outside activities work on the farm proceeds slowly – we have cleaned out all the vegetation and trash from the run we plan to use and a neighbor is going to mow down … Continue reading

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If this is a Farm, Where are the Animals?

One of the first things we did upon arriving in Indiana, was to survey the area we can use for our little hobby farm.  There is a large barn with an open central area flanked by fenced in runs, room … Continue reading

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