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Category Archives: Farm Life
As I was looking at these pictures I took yesterday, I have to admit, these do kind of look a bit “trailer hood”!
The pictures were taken around the Medicine Hat, Alberta, area after a windstorm in mid July 2009.
The bales apparently weigh up to approximately 1600 lbs and some were reported to have rolled up to 5 miles.
Click the picture … Read the rest
Woke up a bit late today. Looked out side, and look what I saw…
Yeah, its cold out.
Well, glad I at least got the window seals finished on the Porsche right?
We expect it to warm up in … Read the rest
Life is a series of cycles. Some days you kick major ass (or butt, or booty, what ever works for you). And then there are days like today.
Its cloudy, dark, and cold out today. Hovering just above freezing. Kind … Read the rest
When we are born, we have a fear of loud noises. That’s about it, actually. Every other fear is learned, either by experience, or by constant conditioning of those around us.
Our parents constantly told us not to do … Read the rest
Its been getting pretty cold over night, probably freezing even.
We have lots of rain barrels, for watering the grass and plants. The well water isn’t good enough for drinking, lots of minerals and stuff. Its also bad for plants … Read the rest
This happened a while ago, so I sure hope I didn’t write about it yet! That would be embarrassing!
It all started with a broken step, off the back deck. I’d probably gained too much weight on the secret missions!… Read the rest
This might be something unique to Farm Life, or at the very least something that Apartment Dwellers are not familiar with. Let me see if I can set the scene for you.
I grew up on a grain farm in … Read the rest