I know what this fair with children running around needs…
guys, a fire… in a PIT!
I’m pretty sure that’s how the conversation went.
List of current features:
This is still very much a work in progress but has made our meals a lot more agreeable already.
7 Frames full of brood recto verso. Looks like the queen finally took it upon herself to lay some serious egg. In the course of next week I expect the colony to triple in size which will put us on par with last season.
25 of them and they all made it through the bowels of USPS. As I introduced them to their new living quarters, I dipped their beaks into the water so they knew where it was right away. They were all quite thirsty traveling all the way from Pennsylvania.
We ordered them from Freedom Ranger Hatchery (have a link), they were excellent to deal with.
but they can clear some serious bush.
This whole area was reclaimed along with the ancient logging road leading to it. This is where the chicken coop will go, rotating the fenced-in area for the chickens with the garden each season.
I wish I had a picture of what it looked like before.