herein we document our quiet life.
Ah, love those NICE surprises :)
I'm so glad.
That's great advice, I was just looking at my seedlings yesterday and thought that I might have let them freeze in my laundry room. Goodluck with the planting this year!
Does this mean I need to start my tomatoes? Eek. I'm in zone 6. What about you?Anyway, found this in a magazine and thought you all would enjoy another Missouri blog:http://foodiefarmgirl.blogspot.com/
I've been reading your blog for a long time, and want to ask a few questions about the chicken tractor plan that you posted on May 22, 2008. 1-How are the axle and wheels attached? 2-Did you put on a handle; where do you hold it to move it? 3-What length is the bent pipe in the middle area, and how is it attached?I started a blog, but never continued writing. However, I did move back to my rural hometown from LA. I'm not a weirdo--I know you had a problem with someone before, but I just a novice re-farmer-ette. Hope you can answer the questions. Love your blog--inspiring!B in MN
robbyn & danielle, thanks we are really happy now.jessica, glad to helpshannon and alex, i used to read farmgirlfare all the time. she just fell out of my regular read list. newfarmlife, the latest post has your full response.
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