This is what it takes to make the Farm Manager hang around with us these days. At first she didn’t even notice the raccoon. Read the rest of this entry
The year 2021 was no better than 2020. Even as we impatiently wait for it to end, 2021 has decided to bludgeon us with an arctic weather system. My computer crashed – big time- this year (thank you 2021), so I can’t always find my photos and had to search my old blogs to be certain, but didn’t we already have a snowstorm this year? Read the rest of this entry
Not many people continually compare their sheep to a capybara. Membership in this club is limited. Sheep will never have the cachet of a capybara, but they are friendly, entertaining, and nearly as destructive as a capybara.
This big ol’ goose really goofed. Norman the goose, here. Instead of attending the Stacy’s Funny Farm Annual Meeting last week, I figured since it was on ZOOM I would just put up a fancy background and take a little snooze. Read the rest of this entry
Owning a home means I can have pet ducks. Any neighborhood that doesn’t allow chickens isn’t going to want me, either. I bought a couple used ducks right after I moved into my first little house in Seattle. Hens came soon after. Thirty-five years later I still have a yard full of poultry, but they’re rescues, now. Read the rest of this entry