Spring on the Farm (with surprises, fun, and a great olive recipe!)

Yesterday was blissfully warm and inviting.  The pastures are turning so green, the flies were out, a late rainstorm hung over the mountains. We enjoyed much of the day outdoors.  Shyanne moved back in a month ago, or so, and I must tell you it surprised me when Emily came back the other day…presumably for … More Spring on the Farm (with surprises, fun, and a great olive recipe!)

Field Trip to a Farm to Adopt Lambs (a tale of ridiculously cute animals)

Guess who came to live at Pumpkin Hollow Farm? A funky sign met us first.  Blessed Bit of Earth Farm is owned by Kevin and Kim Babcock outside of Elizabeth, Colorado.  Incidentally three doors down farm-wise from Emily and Maryjane.  We picked up our grandbaby and headed over there for a farm tour. We first … More Field Trip to a Farm to Adopt Lambs (a tale of ridiculously cute animals)

Feeling Sheepish

The animals that I have long dreamed of for our farm have been chickens (check), ducks (April 11th), alpacas (I guess we’ll try again), donkeys (yes donkeys), and a draft horse to haul wood and for me and Maryjane to ride!  The latter two will have to wait but the last animals we have been … More Feeling Sheepish

Fiber Animals- Take 2

Isn’t January a time of reminisce and future plans?  There isn’t much to do so we review our progress, our successes, our hopes, dreams, and ideas.  Two years ago in January we posted about alpacas.  Doug and I had been avidly attending alpaca festivals, visiting farms, yarn stores, and reading up and dreaming of the day … More Fiber Animals- Take 2

Spinning my Wheel(s)

Yesterday I went and bought some new wheels.  Sleek, rose colored, needs a little wax.  One pedal.  Not a new truck, a spinning wheel!  You all saw it coming.  I have been bit by the fiber bug.  It’s a pity coordination is not my middle name.  I am providing free entertainment if anyone wants to … More Spinning my Wheel(s)