It’s been so comforting to hang with the baby chicks over the past two days. Watching them hatch and not worrying about anything except how to eat and drink. They are leghorns, which are the most productive of our layers.
Our neighbor Colby’s pig wanted to pay a visit. He has had it with being quarantined.
It was a March 25 snowfall, but the resourceful ducks found a swimming hole. They forgot about their neighbor’s pond.
Four households form the chicken club. Today was Lynn’s day, and she got a full assortment. One of the ladies is still holding out, but we still have enough to feed all of us each week. This is a particularly sweet group. Nobody seems to get picked on.
*from “The Amish use tech differently than you think. We should emulate them.” by By Jeff Smith, The Washington Post, Feb. 17, 2020 It can often feel as if modern life does little to encourage healthy connections between people. The logistics of making a living and meeting core family needs combined with dispersion of extended families… [Read More]