Monthly Archives: January 2012
Monday night we butchered five roosters. That leaves one lucky rooster with the chipper name of Evil. Evil got his name because he would give you evil’ish looks in the chicken pen. We kept him because he was the most … Continue reading
Note to self: gutters are on the to-do list for this summer.
Drywalling at Farm Folly has officially started! I am so happy it is hard to contain myself. The second floor ceilings were finished tonight. I still need to install the final (third) layer of insulation in the walls. Hopefully by … Continue reading
Blogs share an incomplete portrait of the authors’ lives. Projects are often planned and completed in rapid succession, with no account of the intervening drudgery of late nights and setbacks. Posts may discuss everything from plasterwork to pasture management, while … Continue reading