You are absolutely magnificent. Head to hoof, a true masterpiece. — Juliet Here’s What’s Happening At Good Spirits Farm The shots have been given, and the hooves have been trimmed. It was long, hard, hot and stressful, but with a little help from the very wonderful guy I’ve been seeing, the work got done.
Okay, first off: You don’t let the grass grow, do ya? You just sorta slide that Todd reference in like we wouldn’t notice? We all knew you wouldn’t be on the market long. Go, girl!
Second, bummer about the birds, and, I am not sure what would be done to get him out of the nest anyway. I sure wouldn’t be grabbing his tail!
Last, I will never attempt “hobby farming,” or any farming. I saw enough growing up, and your newsletter has cured any notions that I might have had.
But I sure admire how hard you work. Amazing.
Keep keeping on. I will try to remember to click thru now that I’ve left Twitter.
That picture of the snake in the bird box got me *shook.*
I'm glad the hard work of hoof trimming is done! Magnificent!
I never truly understood the whole "rest in winter" mentality until I started hobby farming! By the time I've finished canning in late summer/early fall, I am EXHAUSTED.
Agree with Frank that you kind slipped that Todd reference into the mix. Happy for you and the Farm.
Saw that exact scene in my yard in NC. I'm sure the snake was just another part of Nature's balancing act , so like you I stepped back . Had raccoons attack and I am down on baby chickies , argggg. Now , thats a fight I'd take on , if only not for the 3 am timing , grr , and the loud dog !
Honestly like that snake worked hard, deserves it.