Category: Land Management

Baling Hay By Hand

Before we dig into today’s topic I’d like you give a quick update for those following our progress. I wish I could say there was good news on the selling of our city home, but unfortunately I cannot. For whatever reason the house remains…

Well, well, well…whataya know?

While we progress to spending more and more time on our land, one thing we absolutely need to gain access to is water. There is a coop water line that runs parallel to our property and we will eventually tap into it. However, the…

Waging a war on two fronts

Last weekend we got to “play” out on our property clearing brush and such. This weekend we were back home getting things ready to try to get our home prepared to sell. My chore for the day was to do some cleaning up of…

Easter Weekend on the Farm

We took off from work on Good Friday to prepare for a weekend on the farm over Easter weekend. When we arrived at the property I thought it would be a great idea to widen the path to the clearing so we could get…

This is going to be a long year!

It has now been 10 days since closing on our land and coincidentally it has also been 10 days since we last stepped foot on it. I find it very difficult each and every day to keep my mind from wandering and thinking about…

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