“Cultivating the Homestead Community”
It’s been a productive week! Hubby took the week off and we spent it doing the final teardown of a project that we’ve been working on for 5 years. Our property was a pheasant farm when we purchased it, and it was full of pens made of logs and chicken wire. Unfortunately, the pens were falling apart and needed to be taken down, which has been a perpetual project for the last 5 years.
I’m thrilled to say that I rolled my last piece of chicken wire this past week, and we are getting very close to being able to start construction of a new corral for the cows and horses… Now I just need to find some time to plant my garden! 😉
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