Amanda Ogden gave me the suggestion on having some Animal Spotlight time on the blog. I decided to introduce you to Jenny first since she is my big baby. Donkeys are like big dogs. They are very smart and con figure out locks and hoe to open things very easily. We found this out the […]
I am not sure what you believe and that is OK. I am sure in what I believe and it may not be in the popular category but this is my blog. I think I got a little gift from Todd yesterday and it took me an hour to realize it. I was on Facebook […]
This year I got 2 new peach trees for my growing orchard back here in the woods. We added apple trees last year and they are doing really well. We decided to take out about 5 holly trees to put in the peach trees. We waited until the holly was done blooming before we cut […]
This year in our garden we are using raised beds again. So far we have cleaned out the weeds from the winter and added more of our own compost. I planted cucumbers, beans and tomatoes so far. Next weekend I will put some more seeds out in the garden for sunflowers, watermelon and squash. I […]
This spring as you start to look at your lawn, trying to decide if you should mow or treat or just let it go, consider just letting it go a little. It won’t be too hard to mow. Treating it with chemicals will kill off most of the insects that live there, including the […]
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The final post about honey for this spring. I finally bottled all of it this afternoon, including the Clary Sage batch. I ended up with 38.25 pounds of honey in the end. All of the equipment is outside so the bees can clean it off and take the residue honey back to their hives. Tomorrow […]
Honey is ready! Last year our honey was very light (left in picture). This year it is a very dark honey which kind of surprised us. This spring has been odd with rain and colder than normal temps, maybe that is why. I sell honey by the jar not by the pound. One Pound […]