Dominiques

Do read about it at www.fairhillsfarm.com/weblog!  It is so sweet to watch a mother hen raise her chicks. In case I don’t have time to explain later…I am transferring my blog to a wordpress on some hosting that we own.  You will know when it

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Time ticks away. My time has been occupied with chiseling a substantially intriguing script treatment out of my wordy inventions {it is now completed. A little Dominique coop redux here and there. Planning paintings to grace the walls of the guest house in construction on

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Days are longer, and the weather is cooling and warming by turns.  Thus, I cannot rely on the weather.  The latest technological desktop computer in our household gave out under the affliction of 1,400 viruses.  Thus, I cannot rely on the latest technological desktop computer. 

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There are times when plans that have been long held as ideals become resolved.  Today was one such time; yesterday was its prequel. The new chicken coop – or  barn, rather, as we enjoy calling it – arrived yesterday.  Mom and I spent the rest of

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The chicks were let out for the first time at two weeks of age (we had to wait for the weather conditions to be right).  Below are photos and videos of their first two outings.  We have also begun construction on the new chicken coop. 

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Around 7:00 antemeridiem yesterday Dad received the familiar call from the Post Office – our chicks had arrived! He dropped Rachel and I off briefly at the back door of the Post Office, where we had been instructed by the workers to "ring the buzzer" to pick up

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