Tuesday, December 22

Tuesday Farm Photos: Tree Trimming Party

More photos below. . .

Party Guests

Just doing that firewood thing:
9/6/05: The Hay Is In, So Now It's Firewood Season
10/25/05: Some Rather Organized Stacking
10/26/05: Where We Cut Firewood
10/26/05: Why We Cut Firewood
12/11/05: Firewood Getting Low. Ever Cut in the Snow? (I Have!)

2/21/06: Note to Self Re Snowstorm Preparation
12/4/07: Just Another Day at the Office
2/12/08: Frozen Water Everywhere & Not a Drop to Drink
11/23/08: Heat Cheat
1/22/09: Winter Fuel
1/28/09: Snowed In!
8/30/09: It's That Time of Year Again

© FarmgirlFare.com, the can't believe it's almost Christmas foodie farm blog where we haven't had a chance to prepare for the holidays in the traditional sense (nothing like being laid up for 10 days with the flu!) but there's no doubt we'll be spending them warm. (And just in case you're wondering if all the party guests sat around supervising while that hunky farmguy did all the work—I was in charge of loading up the truck.)


  1. i hope the flu is gone now..wishing you a warm and wonderful Christmas! I know you'll be warm but have a very merry on too! Come say hi :D

  2. Farmgirl's Mum12/22/2009 4:45 PM

    And, no doubt I will be helping unload it if I want to stay warm!

  3. I hope you're all better now. I had the 10 day Crawford County Crap over Thanksgiving. It must have moved south!

  4. I hope you're feeling better now. Stay warm. Eat well. Merry Christmas to you!

  5. Did I miss something? Who is the the brown dog? So cute!



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