Monthly Archives: June 2022

Growing Up

I was actually able to plant my pathetic tomato starts in the hothouse.  They are still small but at least growing still. I heard a turkey gobble for the first time the other day. Unfortunately I could not capture it … Continue reading

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Sheep Shearing and Funky Food from the 1950s!

I finished shearing the last of our sheep today.  This is Hazelnut.  I wanted to get the sheep sheared before the hot weather predicted this weekend.  But my disabling symptoms from Covid-19 slowed me down.  But I got it done … Continue reading

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Turkeys and Bamboo

So, on Saturday I headed to Anacortes to purchase some turkey poults.  I drove via Bayview where the tide was quite low. I bought three Narragansett turkey poults to replace the two poults that we lost to eagles (plus one … Continue reading

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