Archive for the ‘News’ Category
On and off for years, I have been blogging on our web site, Milk and Honey Farm.com.Â Today, I have begun a brand new Blog project. Bob is doing all the technical things to make it work. I will be writing and taking pictures. Information follows as ideas become reality.Â Having fun now!!!
March is in full spring, with over 1000 plants growing under lights in the basement. They will be moved to the Hoop House green house by the end of the month. ( involves lifting and toting)Â The baby chicks and ducklings will arrive in mid March which means the brooder will need cleaning out and […]
So there is Good News and Bad news today. Last night, we took Bob’s old Van to the shop to have a noise in the engine checked out. His van had to stay overnight. As a result, this morning, he was driving my Van.Â The bad news is that he had a confrontation with four […]
My barn is full of pregnant sheep and cats. Can’t wait for the lambs and kittens to arrive. Smiling now.
The Good News is that the storm with high winds and hail did not touch my plastic Hoop House green house. All the plants are safe inside. The bad news in the wind blew aÂ farm wagon into the side of Bob’s van and smashed out windows. The good news is that the hail did […]
I saw three Robins this morning – a good sign that there is an end to another Minnesota winter and I lived!
I planted Brandy wine, Amish Paste, Delicious, Italian Paste, and more heirloom tomato seeds under grow lights. The first to germinate are the Cherry tomatoes. They are sticking up about 1/2 an inch. This makes me Happy! Happy! Happy! It is hard to wait for Spring in Minnesota. I plant seeds under the grow lights […]
Anyone can go out and buy a computer. Bob builds them for fun. My kitchen has been his work shop this week end. He is heavy into winter project mode.
Bob spent 20 years in the Air Force. He still likes planes, except now he builds them. This one is called an Alpha jet. He will fly it in the pasture beside our house–once the snow melts.Â It will fly at 35-40 miles per hour. He will operate the transmitter from the ground, ( an […]
My adventure with the huge Tom cat continues as he and I adjust to each other. He is assigned the rodent patrol in the basement. What is interesting is that our indoor Great Pyrenees and the Cat get along just fine. They ignore each other. However, Pilgrim, the poodle, does not like the cat and […]