Two years ago we had only one cat and decided that it was time for the sweet but aging ButterCat to mentor his eventual replacement. Enterread more »
We have a LOT of snow. A makes-me-laugh amount of snow because it’s kind of ridiculous how much has fallen this past month. But mayberead more »
Days like today (cold! and all-hours trips to the barn to check on the lambs) the beasts are happier than the beastkeeper.
Alright, mayberead more »
Here are our wedding photos. Thank-you Cole and Jakob of Nordica Photography for flawlessly capturing the spirit of our day. Thanks toread more »
Even with the option to go inside, Tomato & Bean always choose to stay outside in the snow. Their rusty red coats must be warm andread more »
(Christine joined me with her camera for some evening chores)
Sheep are commonly believed to be lovely, gentle animals.
But sheep areread more »
It’s a beautiful sunny day here at Harrier Hill. So I’m not quite sure why the cats have their grumpy pants on. Mayberead more »
Dave’s got his eye on an IT entrepreneurship/incubator program (and wonkyeye will be undergoing a re-branding)read more »
Happy National Dog Day to Paddie and Slipper, the best dogs we could ever ask for. Our days are filled with twice asread more »
It’s hay time again.
It’s a long couple of days of lifting, lugging, and piling. But first, someread more »
Sometimes the pink ladies break free. Usually Paddie is the first one to notice. She loves it when things go amok inread more »
If you were to walk into our kitchen at this very moment, this is what you would see. It’s a lazy, silly dayread more »
While walking through the streets of SoHo in the rain (it may not have specifically been SoHo, or raining), coming backread more »
Tonight I decided I wanted to get a “nice portrait” of Paddie and Slipper. You know, one whereread more »
Yesterday was a special day for the Whelans – my niece and nephew were baptized! It was a beautiful dayread more »
It was a tough spring for our birds, both here and abroad. A raccoon had been picking off a few of our hens here (theread more »
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