Hear about my journey into the world of sheep and fiber art on this week’s Woolful podcast . Join me and Sue Blacker for Episode 15: Gotland sheep, building a fiber mill, raising kids on a farm and rare breeds.
Years ago, we chose to live surrounded by open fields and mountains, to make do on a single income, to raise our own food, to learn through living life, to have dirt between our toes, and to allow animals into our lives. Our three children had no choice but to enter the lifestyle my husband and I had chosen. They … Read More
Though the calendar reads “March”, I know better than to think that winter has had its last fury. Just before sunset last night, a snow squall came through, laying another inch and a half of fluffy snow. The snow fell full and hard. The snow squall left behind a fresh layer of snow and a beautiful sunset.
The calendar reads “March” and all thoughts turn towards sugaring season. Visit Carolina Farmhouse Kitchen to read my guest post this week about how we make make our very own Vermont maple syrup here at Grand View Farm. Please leave a comment and share your own favorite sugaring season or maple syrup story.