What I did for summer vacation

26 Aug

What I did for summer vacation according to Jack, age 7:

Our first Farmers Market from the OTHER side of the table:

There is always something to plant at Pink Guitar Farm, always.

And so we planted, a lot.

But of course then you have to weed and control the bugs…by hand, since we don’t use chemicals.

And then every Saturday it was time to pick more produce and go back to the market. Thank goodness another farmer at the market sold homemade fudge – for a dollar. :0

Then we would come home and take care of chickens.

And walk the goats.

But the most work probably had to do with the pigs. They can’t sweat so we moved them into the woods so they could stay cool.

And the girls are miserable because they are pregnant, all three of them.

It’s his fault… Wally is a Red Wattle Hog. He is special because according to my mother he is listed here and here.

So, after a hard days work we would go to the creek, which is awesome!

Mom and Dad usually stopped working around that time too.

Then on Sunday, we’d go downtown to Layla’s Bluegrass Inn for some music. I love the song “Friends in Low Places” But I’m also working on “Mama Tried”.

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2 Responses to “What I did for summer vacation”

  1. Debbie September 5, 2010 at 9:19 pm #

    Great talking to you today at Layla’s Couldn’t find you right off on facebook.com. I’ll Look again. If you look for me, I’m under Debbie Williams & the pic I have up iw the one of mewith the Nashville Predators Gnash. He’s a Sabretooth Tiger.

    • pinkguitarfarm September 14, 2010 at 1:29 pm #

      Hi Debbie! I’ll look you up on FB. I am hoping to make a FB page for the farm but the computer is not cooperating…

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