One Year Anniversary for our blog!


On March 3, 2014, we began this blog with our very first post: Whirl’d Works Farm – Day One!

In some ways I feel like we haven’t come very far in a year, but in many other ways I know better than that. We’ve established a place on our property where we can live, eat and play safely whenever we have the time to visit. We are also nearly done putting up our pole barn which has been no small feat!

We haven’t had a lot of farming or homesteading content to add to date simply because we have not been living on the farm for more than a weekend or two each month. This is exciting because I have already learned so much from many of you wonderful bloggers out there and know that some day soon there will be a much greater amount of knowledge to gain and share here on the farm.

In spite of the lack of ongoing farm activity here, we have still managed to compose nearly 30 articles. We’ve gained nearly 70 subscribers to our blog and over 30 followers on our FaceBook page.

With activity and anticipation growing at a rapid rate in 2015, we look forward to looking back next year at our blog’s 2nd Anniversary! Thank you for joining us!!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

gunmarietextiles.com

Just another WordPress.com weblog

The Hermits' Rest

Peace, quiet, and beauty in the middle of Texas

Seaford Spinners and Weavers

Textile arts and crafts. Spinning. Weaving. Felting. Sustainability

Ruit Farm Web Journal

Coopworth Fiber, LaMancha Dairy Goats and Cheese on the Coast of Maine!

Wool n' Spinning

the place where fibre becomes yarn.

Sheepy Hollow Farm

Home to Wooly Tyme Shetlands & Kids Play Dairy Goats

Shepherd Life

Raising Rare Soay Sheep in Central Kentucky

Poultry & Pencils

life from the eyes of a sixteen year old chicken farmer

Crockern Farm

The evolution of an old farmhouse, an American woman, an Englishman and their dogs.

quarteracrelifestyle

The "Good Life" on a quarter acre, frugal living

The Homestead Gardener

Thoughts on Home, Garden, and Yard

Planning an Ozark Homestead

Everything Food, Faith, Family, and Farm

WhirldWorks Farm

A small homestead and Debouillet sheep farm in Central Texas

Wholly Holy Living

Honoring God in all we do on the Homestead

Willow Creek Farm

High Altitude Homesteading

homesteaddad

My adventures in homesteading with my family

%d bloggers like this: