Well it has been a wild ride. It took WAY longer to sell our house in the city than we ever dreamed. I will spare you those details. Ha - But it finally happened!! I have so much to update you on its crazy. Slowly but surely.
It's been a smooth transition to the country. I quit my job and am now working on a farm. Lol. It's wonderful. The freedom has changed my life. No more sitting a a desk staring at my computer! Rotting basically.
Right now we are working on cleaning up the flower beds and prepping for the garden. We will be expanding to make more room for more stuff this year.
We planted in our cold frame this year. See photo - thankfully all that snow is long gone. So far radishes, bok choy, fennel and lettuces. It's only been about two weeks.
Our honey bees survived the winter for the first time. We are very thankful for that...they have been very busy.
There's a lot to do around this 120ish year old farm. Always a work in progress - that's for sure. Loving every minute of it.
This weekend we are going to try incubating our own eggs for the first time. Been waiting a while to give this a try. I will add some photos of the process. I hope it works!