Landscape Re-Do 2018 is in full swing! It’s amazing what a few days of nice weather can do. Chris and the girls spent a lot of time cleaning up all the overgrown brush along one of our property lines. Seeing it opened up makes my heart skip a beat. The view of the neighboring property is amazing. Also, having access to a shaded area for those really hot days is even better!
While the brush clearing was going on, I spent a day pruning and cleaning up a group of birch trees that the girls had called their own a few weeks back. Projects keep getting ticked off the never-ending list, which feels good momentarily until the rush of “OMG, theirs so much to do!!!” comes flooding back.
We’re still very much in a staging phase while we wait to get the big projects going. Digging up sod for the garden, taking out an enormously ugly bush, removing a tree stump, re-doing steps that are unsafe… the list goes on! Every day that there is progress is a good day for me.
This past weekend was also moving day for the little chickens. They outgrew their brooder and the weather finally cooperated so out they went! The big girls weren’t (and still aren’t) digging the new roommates. If you’ve never experienced the personalities of chickens, hearing one running around and squawking in protest will make it impossible not to love them!
A bunch of greenhouses is opening within the next few weeks and I can’t wait to share what I find. The goal for this growing season is to be intentional with what we grow and where. Subscribe to the newsletter for some behind-the-scenes action and weekly updates on our progress.