“So what is your plan?” the advisor asked. She had a bit of dizziness so I handed her a tincture of something to help her that I had made. She took it and inquired upon my school. There I sat in her school trying to think of what my plan was. “English because I think that will be the easiest way to get a teaching degree for me. I want to help homeschool parents and be an evaluator.” She handed me two more sheets of requirements that I would need to take. “I want to take Native studies, and botany, … Continue reading Can Cats Be on a Board of Directors?
I think I was starving my chickens. I am not proud of this. Further reason that this blog serves as a place to educate folks on exactly how-to because I can never find the answers on these things until it hits me in the face! So, when we first got our chickens, we had eight. Three or so scoops two or three times a day to spoil them, lots of scraps, running around the yard, they were all set. We lost some, got some more, now at fifteen, upped the food ration some, everything seemed good. Lost some, gained some, … Continue reading How Much Do You Feed Chickens?
We traveled back in time yesterday to 1860. We visited the home of the Hildebrants from Germany at the Denver Botanical Gardens at Chatfield. Completely as it was. The added gardens are impressive and the acreage of farming provides a … Continue reading A Field Trip To 1860 (learning from an old homestead)
Tank takes a “selfie”. Henry Higgins impressing the ladies. Buttercup enjoying the sun. Watermelons starting to dream of summer. Isabelle wanting more sweet feed. Signs of the season. Priya and Elsa playing together. Irene, Nellie, Sylvia, and Cleo taking a … Continue reading Scenes From Our Farm
Now that we have determined that we are not moving for a few years at least and the hundred acre wood is out of my grasp currently, we are going to stop looking at this house as “someone else’s”. Who … Continue reading Rurban Farm (urban/rural)