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By the dozen

Did you ever see anything more beautiful in your life? A dozen fresh, glorious eggs after a winter of the brittle shells and lackluster yolks of the store-bought variety. On Monday Sarah Shea made eggs for lunch. As the eggs … Continue reading

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Tumultuous Turkeys

There was some excitement this morning when a small flock of wild turkeys came to visit Tomás and the Girls. The four noisy gents hung around for about an hour, loitering outside the deer fence, ogling our three hens, and … Continue reading

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The entire farm thinks it’s Spring this morning. There is an army of robins outside, turning over wet leaves in search of insects. With the warmth over the past few days, first we heard a solitary frog croaking away in … Continue reading

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