I hope 2010 will be a good year for you and your family!
Ditto. I wish a prosperous new year for you and yours.
here's cool article about a family tradition of post Christmas butchering...http://www.salon.com/food/food_traditions/index.html?story=/food/2009/12/27/family_butcheringhope you enjoy.
I thought of you Sat. I butchered one of our goats. Nice pics. I remember seeing some of those.
Great pictures...! I remember some of these!
Have a great New Year..
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Hello! Long time no "see". Sorry I haven't been around to say hi but how can you say "i'm busy" then spend lots of time chatting on blogs?Anyway...hope to be around a bit more and chat some with you. Missed you. Was thinking of you just this last week and how I needed to pop over---but you beat me to it :-)Hope your new year is FABULOUS.Nice cow pics by the way---love (LOVE!) your shorthorn.She is gorgeous.
Hi Phelan: I have just finished reading all your posts start to finish and want to express my solidarity with your point of view and your situation. Have only just, at the age of 71, managed to approach solvency and and the chance to do some maintenance on my rural home. Will be following your progress from your corner and rooting for you - all good things will come to you in this New Year I hope.Am watching snow sifting down outside from inside a wood warmed home where at the moment no plumbing is frozern - come on spring!!Janet in rural Nova Scotia, Canada
Thank you for all the well wishes.I will check out that article.Tim, how did it go?Monica, same here. I just happened to see you had updated on my sidebar, so went to see what you had been up to.Janet, I was wondering who was going through everything. I haven't gone back to reread a thing, it is almost a scary thought, ha! Thank you, and I will be rooting for you as well. Hope those pipes stay unfroze!
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