Rose is busily preparing for her liter of babies, she has half the pasture relocated to her stall and is making a serious nest to farrow in. Photos to follow on our facebook page!
Usually the sugarhouse is a social place, with neighbors and friends stopping by to chat, carry a few arm loads of wood, and taste some fresh syrup. Kids are found playing queen of the mountain on the snowbanks and splashing… Continue Reading →
I write to you from the end of our road as we watch events related to the COVID-19 pandemic unfolding. As I’m sure you’ve seen circulating, the best way to decrease the impact of a pandemic is to “flatten the… Continue Reading →