My wonderful daughter Megan helped with the second batch of honey jar filling and labeling. She’s a natural. The next morning, a white heron visited the farm. When her friend Cindy passed away, a flock of white herons visited the pond the day of the funeral. I had never seen a flock before or since at the pond. The spirit of all things can be realized but the spirit must be ready to see. Off to Cape Cod for a brief vacation with Sabrina, Seamus and Luke. It’s raining.
Well, I bottled the first batch of honey this past Friday and it was beautiful. I just wish my daughter had been able to join me for the experience. I still have another batch so I remain hopeful that perhaps she and Dan can join me in the festivities next time. But….she’s got her own life. I also “hired” Seamus and Luke to paint my Duck Blind which was in need of a good paint job. Suffice it to say that they spent two hours, did the sort of paint job you might expect from tw
The past 6 work days have been long and family issues are wearing on me. There’s lots of talk about what people are going to do but there’s not a lot of action to support the talk. I know, because I have often suffered from the same malaise. I believe that it was Thoreau who said, “You have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” That ‘s what I am trying to do. I want to build a stronger foundati
Alright, I am back. Let’s see if I can make this blog useful to at least me as sort of a “record” of progress on Two Fish Farm. So this year – we have an official Farm Sign and a new label for the honey. Harvested 70 pounds of honey last week with Jim Talada helping to make it all possible. Orchard Fence installed with Tibetan Prayer Flags (ya never know) and my two tractors up and running strong and a good garlic harvest! Brush Hog redemption late last year and some serious