A Salty Review

Yesterday was M’s birthday.  We had originally planned for a whirlwind adventure down to Cola and then back up towards Charlotte but due to the gusting winds and generally ick weather yesterday we opted to just go out to eat at dinner time instead. Now most of my readers know that M is an accomplished […]

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Well this is familiar

Evidently I can’t write cohesive posts anymore (as my unfinished drafts seem to indicate) so I’m back to my favored form of blogging In farm news, we have new poultry much to the amusement and disdain of the USPS. They came in waves First the French Guinea keets that were met with coos and smiles […]

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In which everything falls apart

So I think it’s pretty much general knowledge that a great deal of things have gone wrong here at the farm in the past few weeks. As previously mentioned I had a riding accident back before Thanksgiving… I did NOT fall off, but managed to knock my spine out of alignment.  Multiple visits to the […]

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The night the cows refused to be tipped

My FB peeps have already heard this story but I thought it should live on in infamy here so… Friday night Jim and M both worked and it ended up that I had to take them supper later.  Around 10:30p I headed out to the car and had that weird feeling that I wasn’t alone… […]

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Goodbye Willow

Last night Jim called me to say that he was checking the horses and Willow was down… that she seemed ok, but couldn’t seem to get up.  I geared up and headed out and found her lying calmly, looking serene.  I had observed several days earlier that she was looking incredibly large, as though pregnant.  So […]

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