Jeffries Family Farm
Walter Jeffries Tinker, Tailor… A bit eclectic & a tad eccentric, polymath, quantum mechanic & Farmer. Also lucky at cards.
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Missing Dog – Romula disappeared on in August. Unfortunately her collar came off so she has no ID with her. ~5years old, Female, ~45 lbs
White, grey/black & brown, Upright ears, Looks similar to a coyote. See photos.
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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Ben, Hope and Will Dressed up for Halloween Even with construction (yes, it is happening!) and preparations for winter we still got in time to make costumes. Halloween is a big creative time at our house between pumpkin carving and … Continue reading
Classic Church Photo This is a classic image, the New England white clabboard church with spire located in West Topsham, VT. As Snoopy might have written, “It was a dark and gloomy day…” This allowed the details in the clouds … Continue reading
Clown Potato Mutants siblings separated at birth? What ancestry could possibly produce such a silly face. Flip it up side down and the clown changes from happy to sad. Hope saw this clown face in the potato when she was … Continue reading
Apples Drying We had a nice apple crop off of the few trees near the house including those we planted and the one old apple tree. The green ones are from the ancient tree and the red ones from a … Continue reading
Launch Tubes You may remember our space journey of 2009 when we used our wood fired rocket to launch our tiny cottage up into outer space, around the moon and all the way to Mars. There was a bit of … Continue reading
Spot is Dead – Long Live the King! Spot was our head boar at Sugar Mountain Farm for an extended period. He took over from Archimedies. Spot was the biggest, toughest, sharpest tusked kid on the blog. He was gentle … Continue reading
Torn, Piglets, Kit and Hope Piglet peeping time. This is Torn and her piglets enjoying a nesting spot in the new upper pastures that we’re reclaiming. It’s pretty rough up there right now but they’re gradually changing the land from … Continue reading
Back End of the Galaxy We heard a loud, low roar and ran out to look straight up as the Galaxy passed directly over our heads. I almost swear I could count the rivets. I had to look side to … Continue reading
Late Raspberries Hope and I were walking up on the plateau pasture the end of September and spied these very late raspberries. We ate them. We ate a lot of them. We should have saved the seeds because those are … Continue reading