"Big rock" was moved from our far field by picker truck and it has been a conversation piece. Certainly everyone notices it. While running a business my husband built a big shop and we experienced farming first hand: cows giving birth to baby calves, sows having litters of piglets, raising baby chicks until they laid eggs.
Gordon wanted to prove himself a true farmer so bought tractors and equipment to till and disc the field to plant it to hay. Now committed and ever the optimist he had to follow through and get a haybine, rake and a baler and now it was proof... He was a farmer. This past year health problems have been warning that maybe it is time to slow down! Here they are lined up for our farm sale last Saturday Apr. 21st.
We have deer, moose, coyotes, geese, sand hill cranes, and other wildlife at our doorstep.
When we looked at properties we each had differing criteria that we wanted. Gordon wanted a shop to do whatever men do in their shops....I still haven't figured that out. I wanted a nice beading studio with lots of light and surrounded by gardens of wildflowers and fresh water ponds....Oh....Ok guess it doesn't have to have ALL that.
In the next month I will tell which property we chose and more about the moving process set for May 30th. Keep in touch and please leave comments. I love to hear from you.