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06/04/08

  02:59:29 pm, by Karen   , 537 words  
Categories: Journal

Ken and Karen's Excellent UHaul Adventure - Part 2

After arriving back at the house, we found Karen's sister Sue and her husband Jim carrying things out of the house and stacking them in the driveway. Ken's dad and Karen's dad and mom were also helping. The pile was HUGE - apparently everyone had been… more »

05/29/08

  01:54:28 pm, by Karen   , 575 words  
Categories: Journal

Ken and Karen's Excellent UHaul Adventure - Part 1

Last Saturday was load-the-truck day. Of course, prior to Saturday, there was a whole lot of packing going on. Karen's parents came up a few times to help pack and clean, and Karen's dad did a lot of the fixes that the buyers wanted done. Thursday nig… more »

04/15/08

  10:36:04 pm, by Karen   , 257 words  
Categories: Journal

Spring news

First off - our NY house is under contract! Yippeeeeeee! They want to close by May 30, and if the lawyers all have their acts together, there's no reason why that can't happen. So, we are making plans for the final move and there's a lot still left to… more »

03/02/08

  08:25:58 pm, by Karen   , 162 words  
Categories: Journal

Drowning in snow

This is what's known as WAAAAYYYYY too much snow. This is our neighbor's house. They have a metal roof which lets the snow slide off easily. As you can see, there's nowhere for the snow to go anymore. You can just see the roof of our car which is par… more »

02/08/08

  09:32:05 pm, by Karen   , 123 words  
Categories: Journal

Little snowy house in the big woods

Will it EVER stop snowing in NH? Here are the results of the latest storms: Ken has to keep shoveling the paths through the yard that let him get from the house to the sheep, and then he has to keep the gate clear and keep some area clear for the s… more »

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Sharing ideas from our small farm in NH, where we raise Icelandic sheep and assorted poultry. We are members of ISBONA (Icelandic Sheep Breeders of North America) and the CLRC (Canadian Livestock Records Corporation). We also participate in the Voluntary Scrapie Flock Certification Program (NH54). Contact us at karen [at] birchtreefarm [dot] com. Please also visit the farm website at Birchtree Farm.
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