It is hot and dry here, and we're still going to the beach and dam a lot. We still seem to be getting more animals, though we're trying not to. The farm is making very slow and steady progress, and we had the first market day of our food buying club (co-op type thing). So... we're pretty tired. Happy and tired.
In other news, we made the decision to travel as a family to the U.S. and Canada this summer. I have a conference, and it seemed to be a good idea (it's also a time when my dad can care for our many animals) despite our real desire not to travel for a while. If you are in Boston, please let us know if we can see you!
If you have a moment, check out Eug's youtube channel and if you like it, subscribe! He has a new Little Mouse story coming out on Wednesday, and Noah's story will come out the following Wednesday. It's a good way to hear about our farm life from another perspective.
|kids are really into examining poop and animal footprints on hikes in Cape Point...|
|Note to brave souls: the Ship wreck trail is a really long walk if you have a 4yo. Prepare accordingly...|
|one of three chicks... We may be getting some more, soon.|
|Noah's budgie-- spends a lot of time on his shoulder...|