Marketing: lining your pockets while contributing nothing to the world. A weird mix of hedonism and nihilism.
First the snow, then the mud, then we’re building a house. The chicken coop needed to be moved before all this. It’s weird to see it there.It took only 1:30 hours to move it 6 miles, flatbed trailers and good friends are awesome.
I’ve learned about another great imperial measure: the bushel!
You know you’re having fun when you use a pan as a spoon
The house smells so good
Nothing is wasted, the chickens looooove the by-product which is still full of yum-yums.
And there’s one more shed full, let’s make sure we don’t use any of that propane (sorry Hank). I feel like we’re ahead of the game for once but there will be no resting this Winter. I’m hoping to use the snow to sled wood from hard to get areas on the land.