Out the Front Door

Snapshots of the beautiful, crazy world right out our front door.
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First Dozen!  When five out of ten of our spring chicks turned out to be roosters, we went back to the local hatchery for some older chicks, and came home with two (already laying) year-old White Rocks. After a two-week adjustment period, they resumed laying, and we’ve been happily collecting two eggs per day ever since!  Last night, one decided to get all broody on that day’s eggs, and Ella is really hoping for chicks.

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Some days, you just have to go with the flow (and I wonder why it’s so hard for me to make a “schedule”!). When our Amish neighbor Jacob dropped by in the morning, asking us if we wanted to buy sweet corn, how could we refuse?  Six dozen ears, and four hours later, I had prepared 8 quarts of corn for the freezer.

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Rigid foam insulation!  A new friend at Red Earth Farms Community Land Trust hooked us up with this (free!) reclaimed foam insulation for the living room and bedroom areas.  What a gift!  It has since been covered with local cottonwood sub-floor (full update next week).  With Brian’s dad here for a visit, work is going doubly fast, and for this we are so grateful!

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What is happening out your front door?

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