Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Cutting wood

This was our first year of burning wood at the farm, and for that matter ever. We underestimated what we need to get us through this winter. We have made several trips via snowmobile to get us by. With the endless rise is oil prices I would much rather get out in the fresh air, get in a little work out and keep the cash in my pocket. I hear gas will be up to $4/gallon this Spring. That is scary!
On a lighter note we are getting our baby goats next week. 2 Nigerian Milking Goats, 1 buck (whethered) and a baby doe. We will be bottle feeding them, they will be a little more than a week old. I think I am just excited as the kids are.


VisionaryRN said...

Girl...your enthusiasm never ceases to amaze me! If anyone can do it, it is most definitely you and John. You have your act together and should be proud of your accomplishments and great strategizing for the future. I have so much to learn from you...mind if I come along in tote? He, he! Seriously, you are so at peace now...very refreshing and motivating to observe. Keep up the great work!

citygirl said...

Hey CountryGirl,

You are up to some really cool stuff these days! I look forward to venturing out to Achorn Farm to purchase some fresh produce this summer!

Your friend,