The year 1918 is proudly displayed on the front of our big red barn, because that is the year the barn was built. But our big red barn was not actually *on* our farm until 1949. Confused? If you can believe it, the barn was moved here in one piece on the back of a […]
This farming thing isn’t always glamorous. As I’ve mentioned before, our focus right now is on fixing and setting up the barn, so that we can bring our chickens and geese with us when we move in April or May. Tent living is fine with us, but these animals need a good shelter.
We’ve made great strides in turning our new home into a farm in recent weeks. While we won’t be moving up until May, the stalls and coops for the animals all have to be complete before we can transition.