Monday, June 24, 2013

What do we do on the farm?

The minute we arrive onto the farm, Molly runs out to find Heather, a wonderful pony who is happy to be ridden a few times a year when we are around.

The east coast has been getting an unusual amount of moisture this spring. By the time we usually get here in June, the grass is crispy, corn is wilty and landowners are begging for rain. Our first crab feast took place in the least it is 80 degrees, so we could not be bothered when we were dining on the best of the Eastern Shore.

By the next morning, it was back to sunny and hot. This is what much of the day looks like for us while we are on the farm....

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