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Trail posting #4

Posted on 
February 12, 2016

It has been one week since I arrived at Harmony Farm, and it feels like so much longer, considering the 7 million things I have done, learned, screwed up and experienced.

Day 1 was meeting animals, no sleep, trying to act competent, and goat milk product making of all kinds: kefir, yogurt, cheeses, milk, etc.

The rest of the week I have no idea what the days were but as far as my wee memory can grasp on a Friday evening after 2 pints of Guinness I have accomplished:
bread making, animal feeding, goat milking, egg gathering, helping in the classroom, feeling bad about Trump and responded that I have no idea if he will get shot (for real), cooking up a STORM- even for kids (!), laundry, cleaning, cutting tress, hauling timber, making fences, learning and trying woodworking- like bowls, plates, etc, learning about blacksmith tools, viewed old time Irish TV shows via DVD from back in the day (no TV here), seed organization, dinner party attending, computer helping, feeling like I am painfully from the city, eating, eating, eating and more eating.
And more eating.

Here are photos (from that one day it was sunny!) to give you feel the past week of sorts- sorry, I have sucked at taking them, rain is not inspiring, sorry ya"ll…pretend it is around 40 degrees, damp as shit, you are wearing wellies, on cold medicine, and it is most likely raining.

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Trail posting #4

Posted on 
February 12, 2016

It has been one week since I arrived at Harmony Farm, and it feels like so much longer, considering the 7 million things I have done, learned, screwed up and experienced.

Day 1 was meeting animals, no sleep, trying to act competent, and goat milk product making of all kinds: kefir, yogurt, cheeses, milk, etc.

The rest of the week I have no idea what the days were but as far as my wee memory can grasp on a Friday evening after 2 pints of Guinness I have accomplished:
bread making, animal feeding, goat milking, egg gathering, helping in the classroom, feeling bad about Trump and responded that I have no idea if he will get shot (for real), cooking up a STORM- even for kids (!), laundry, cleaning, cutting tress, hauling timber, making fences, learning and trying woodworking- like bowls, plates, etc, learning about blacksmith tools, viewed old time Irish TV shows via DVD from back in the day (no TV here), seed organization, dinner party attending, computer helping, feeling like I am painfully from the city, eating, eating, eating and more eating.
And more eating.

Here are photos (from that one day it was sunny!) to give you feel the past week of sorts- sorry, I have sucked at taking them, rain is not inspiring, sorry ya"ll…pretend it is around 40 degrees, damp as shit, you are wearing wellies, on cold medicine, and it is most likely raining.

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