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Friday afternoon on the farm

Shots of the garden


Friday afternoon on the farm --- swelling peach buds (go back to sleep!), the first near-blooming daffodil, dirty feet, and playing with permaculture.  No photos of the spring peepers who joined the floodplain chorus or the peas and greens I put in the ground.  We also put hen #6 in our bellies, a smooth operation which took only about an hour (not counting the eating.)  Such a perfect day to be outdoors!



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Daffodils!?
Wow. You are experiencing spring! I think I'll go outside and stare at the dirt where I may plant something else today. Again, your property looks so delicious and wonderful. Enjoy the changing winds, and I wish your peach buds a good long nap.
Comment by Dina Sun Mar 8 09:48:33 2009
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That's exactly how I felt when folks a zone south started posting about flowers a few weeks ago. :-) Your day will come....
Comment by anna Sun Mar 8 19:20:29 2009

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime