Well, it’s a typical July afternoon with temps around 30C (mid-80’sF) and we’re cooling in front of fans inside the house…
It’s the end of MAY. And there was snow on the ground May 9th. What’s going on?
The wild weather rollercoaster hasn’t stopped us from diving into new adventures this month.
What projects could top the dead hedge, you ask?
Darn, they are cute.
The plan to get pigs was well in the works before all of the changes caused by the pandemic. We figured we needed the pigs to clear some areas and prepare the ground for more plantings and fencing. Plus, bacon. Continue reading “It’s Starting to Get Interesting”