Red Barn





10/30/2013
The farm was a disaster, but we were out to save it - one weekend at a time.
10/2/2013
We are not impulsive people. We are also opposites, so it is not like us to both want the same thing and at the same time. Yet, here we were, both wanting to buy a piece of land that we had only read about on the internet. Twenty acres with a small red barn.
3/14/2012
My carefully planned new shipment of chicks came in today . . .and brought an extra adventure with it!
9/20/2013
We married young and moved to the city, where jobs and responsibilities to our four children choked out dreams of any other lifestyle.
1/27/2014
When space is at a premium, creating a multi-use structure is a must.
3/25/2012
The story of my chicken addiction.
11/12/2013
A visit to an old barn that brings back memories and reveals many treasures.
3/4/2014
It is difficult to get in the planting mood in the deep of winter.
5/16/2014
I worked alongside my dad to build our goat shed.
4/9/2014
We discovered you can take the sag out of a barn roof without machinery and very little money.
1/13/2014
A short history of a few Red Currant bushes at the ranch where my husband and I live.
4/29/2014
With a new front, new beams, and a complete steel roof, the barn was saved!
6/27/2014
We finally hired a mason after seeing the problems with the 100-year-old stone foundations ... join Bryan and Lori for a look at the before and afters in the 100-year-old house and barn!
7/23/2014
This blog is about handling “suprise” guests on your farm - something new to a city girl. It gives you a quick, simple and traditional recipe to have on hand for unexpected guests.




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