Monthly Archives: April 2010

Tigercat Roars Through Forest!

For years, we’ve been meaning to make ourselves a trail network through the forests that line the far reaches of our farm. We’ve dabbled at it, 500 feet of trail here and there, but none of it actually amounts to … Continue reading

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Bye, bye greenhouse

Since the big snowstorm rolled through in February, our greenhouse has been lying in a broken heap. We tried to rebuild it, but once we got it about ninety percent rebuilt, a huge wind storm blew through the area and … Continue reading

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Appallin’ Pollen

Is there so much pollen in the air every spring? Or is this some kind of record? Everything here is coated in about an eighth of an inch of pollen. The horses’ nostrils are encrusted with it, the pond has … Continue reading

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Stinky Pear Flowers

Flowers are supposed to smell sweet, not reek, right? Well no one sent the memo to my Hosui Asian pear tree. Every fall (knock on wood) our Hosui Asian pear tree bears an abundance of fruit. Of course, this bounty … Continue reading

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