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Date:12/20/2014 4:18:12 AM
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You lucky dog!!!!!
Okay, now I'M jealous! You're already learning to shear! I am happy for you, though. And I think we're married to the same man! My hubby tells me very quickly that, with the exception of cows, we just can't handle any more animals right now. I can't even get a shipment of meat birds, and they don't take up near as much room as a goat or sheep. That's okay. One thing about me is -- I have the patience of a saint when it comes to getting what I want. I havea to admit, I've been contemplating the naturally colored angoras instead of the pygoras, though. Both have such strong pros, and the angoras only have a couple of minor cons that I may just change my mind. Right now though, animals are the last thing on my mind when I'm at home. I've been too busy fighting stupid pigweed in my garden. I absolutely cannot wait until my raised bed garden is complete and I won't have near the problem with it as I do when gardening on the flat. Speaking of which, I noticed that you are going to use feed sacks as a weed barrier underneath your mulch as garden pathways. Uh, let me know how that works for you. I did it, and just got finished pulling it all out again, as the grass started growing on TOP of my sacks. A couple of weeks ago, I went to the dollar store and bought a couple rolls of the black weed barrier, and then last week we went up to the parsonage, where they had cut down some trees and ground the stumps and got a trailer load of pine mulch (love those freebies!). I'm hoping that'll work. I've already picked a few yellow squash and have a load of tomatoes on my plants. Um. I just can't wait to sit down to a homegrown veggie dinner in the very near future. We love the fresh beef, chicken, pork and fish that we produce, but there are times that I just want a plate full of veggies! How's your garden doing? Oh! And did you get those tubs? Just keep me posted! I'm really enjoying learning and hearing all about your farm and accomplishments. Before you know it, you'll be able to do it all in your sleep!!!!!
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