Monthly Archives: August 2006

Heritage days at Cedarock park!

Today, Tammy and I visited the Cedarock park in Burlington, NC.  The park is a wonderful place to visit with frisbee golf, horse trails, working historical farm, fishing ponds and hiking trails.  This weekend, the farm hosted the Heritage days … Continue reading

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A trip to the historic Alamance Battleground

Tammy and I took a trip to the Alamance Battleground Park.  Alamance Battleground was the site of the “first battle of the American Revolution”. The battle was fought between the governement, lead by Governor Tryon and the Regulators. The Regulators … Continue reading

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North Carolina’s Small Farm Unit

While it wasn’t a fun escape from the farm life, Tammy and I took a trip to CEFS (Center for Environmental Farming Systems) where we saw a small farm tillage demonstration.  Bryan Green and Ken Fager demonstrated methods to knock … Continue reading

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Kilowatt Ours and Apple Harvest

Today, Tammy and I went to watch “Kilowatt Ours” a documenatary about energy conservation at the Horton Middle School in Pittsboro. It was interesting and got us motivated to install our solar hot water system. We’re planning to install one … Continue reading

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Golf extravaganza!

Well, it wasn’t much of an extravaganza. We had a produce delivery at Chapel Ridge this morning, so afterwards, we practiced our putting on their practice green. We were hoping to hit some balls at the range, but the range … Continue reading

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Dave and Tammy at Literary Open Mike Night

Tonight we stopped in at McIntrye’s Books in Fearringtonton Village for their Literary Open Mike night. We left early, but had the chance to hear three artists’ tales. The first was the introduction of a novella set in Philadelphia. Next, … Continue reading

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