On this beautiful Fall afternoon, we made two trips to David Hagamans, totaling 60 bales of 2nd-cutting hay at $3.50 per, which we now have stored in the hayloft. In preparation for winter, Mike says we need 60 more bales.
I found a solid back Woolly Worm, if you believe the folklore, we'll have a b-a-a-a-d winter. If you ever get a chance to go to the Woolly Worm Festival http://www.woollyworm.com/ it's a real treat.
Where are my birdhouse-gourd vines? All of a sudden they disappeared. We've had a couple of hard frosts and the vines were dying back which makes me suspicious of GOATS. They LOVE dried up stuff. Interrogations will soon begin.
Canning and building goes forward
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