I have discovered that it can be very difficult to document the many activities that go on around the farm, even when there isn’t really a farm yet. I have found, through the sweat of my own brow, that our President was certainly not… Continue Reading “Farm and Homestead Update April 2015”
This weekend was the first time we’ve been out to the farm since the rains came and the temperature has risen. The pasture was blanketed with a field of yellow flowers and was pretty amazing to stand in. What wasn’t pleasant is that we… Continue Reading “Memorial Day and Mosquito Haven”
This past weekend we were finally able to spend an entire day on our property! It was wonderful to get away from the city noises and get our hands dirty in our very own soil. While the plan is to locate the home in… Continue Reading “A full day on the homestead”
The idea of traipsing around our new property when it was 34 degrees outside with wind gusts of 20 mph seemed ludicrous. But then, it was just 10 minutes after closing on the land and we couldn’t bear to sit in the car and… Continue Reading “Our First Full Tour”
Today we officially closed on the property that will become Whirl’d Works Farm! Taking the advice of many a farmer and homesteader, our first goal was to eliminate debt. We set out on a plan to do just that! Several years later, after attacking… Continue Reading “Whirl’d Works Farm – Day One!”
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