Monthly Archives: April 2006

Fields of Pastured Pigs

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This is the larger image from which I took my April header for the blog. I had walked out in the field to check the animals and the pigs and sheep were spread out making it look very idyllic. I … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring

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The pig pond peepers piped out their shrill calls all day long while we worked on fencing in the warm spring sun. Their mating song is one of those sure signs of spring. We have finally lost almost all of … Continue reading

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Vermont State House at Night

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Last night our family went to Montpelier to testify at the public hearing about Premise ID at the State House. There was an amazing turnout. There were about seven people who testified that we should have Premise ID and Animal … Continue reading

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Camouflage

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When the dogs hold still they tend to blend. Cinnamon, who stands out reasonably well in the above photo vanishes when the fall leaves are on the ground. Lili, Tika and Hagrid vanish in the snow like polar bears in … Continue reading

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