Love this Stone Arch Bridge, right on the edge of our farm. Love it even more that there is WATER actually flowing under the bridge right now. I hear the recent rains have barely made a dent in the drought, but it is still encouraging to see.
Category Archives: Farm Life
I have been trying to teach myself how to bake bread for a few years now. I’m sorry to say that even after TWO YEARS, I am not very good at it. The only fool-proof bread recipe I have found is this one for Farmhouse White Bread from Farmgirl Fare. See? Beautiful, right? But …Continue reading “Bread Baking”
Beautiful Kaleidoscope Carrots we offered a few years ago. We plan to have these again this year! A fun way to get kids to eat their veggies is to offer rainbow colored carrots!
Trial and Error in the Werner High Tunnels
It never fails. No matter how much we read, study, talk to other farmers, attend workshops … when we finally get into a new venture, I ALWAYS feel like we have no idea what we are doing. Thankfully, luck is usually on our side, and we tend to muddle through at least semi-successfully. We plantedContinue reading “Trial and Error in the Werner High Tunnels”
For years now, Gage has wanted to try tapping trees in late winter. This year, just to experiment, he tapped a handful of trees – one walnut and a few sycamores, just to see. Amazingly, the walnut tree produced gallons and gallons of sap! Little known-fact … it takes gallons and gallons of sap to makeContinue reading “Tapping Trees”