Thursday, June 22, 2017

June brings berries

Very low yield for our first year of strawberries. After almost three weeks of no rain and with a pump breakdown, we only got about 5 quarts. You can't expect much without moisture and starlings taking their toll.

Flavorful and low numbers, but still enjoyed.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Friday, May 12, 2017

What's going on here?

Let's see...

As a couple of you know, a new chapter will be beginning next week on the employment front. That is, so long as I survive the first day of work in a new environment. I hope this will be the last place I receive a paycheck from until our our small enterprise takes off.

The planting of our cash crop this year is nearly complete in between a couple of strong storm systems and a frost last week. The tiller has proven itself as a good investment and I have plans for later this year (if time permits.)

The war on rabbits continues as I'm updating the fencing this spring. I watched one vault over the 2 foot chicken wire and through the electric fence in one leap. We'll see if my improvements are just a waste of time.

In an effort to make up for missed pictures, here is one of the best of the pheasants:

This hen-pecked rooster can't step out without being checked up on.

I don't have much time to be standing around:

Time to get back to work!