It seems like only yesterday we were finishing the rocket stove in January … and now it is almost June!
As you might have guessed from the above picture we were in Vancouver for four days a week ago. We visited the aquarium and managed to go cycling around Stanley Park. Thank you Tom and Stephanie … Read More →
Over the last few days Katie, Stephen and Helen have been working on desigining and developing their own blog, with Chris’ help. Chris asked for one of them to volunteer to be the administrator and Helen was eager to step up. So she and Chris are primarily responsible for the look of the whole thing. … Read More →
I had the opportunity to work on the ultimate floor today; radiant heat, about 8″ thick, and on top of all that the floor is soft and springy.
I am talking, of course, about the floor in our barn … this floor is amazing! I guess I should say was amazing. We cleaned out the barn … Read More →
On July the sixteenth our hens and turkeys finally hatched we ended up with six turkeys and about 17 or 18 chikens. the chickens were mostly black but we had 5 or 6 chicks that were yellow. last night the 17th 3 chicks couln’t hatch so we had to help themby peeling there egg shells and … Read More →
Well, we candled the turkey eggs to see how many of them are going to hatch. When you shine a really bright light through the egg in a dark room, you can see inside it. If you see a “spider” in the egg, it means that is developing into a chick and … Read More →
It is June 23rd and day two incubating our turkey eggs. An incubator is the white box Stephen and I are sitting in front of. What you do is you put the turkey eggs in and turn every morning and night. The only way to know what side to turn them on is if you put … Read More →