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This week we started mission clean up the pond area.  Took down a few sad looking pine trees and trimmed a very over grown tree, that is an apple tree and bird cherry tree intertwined together.  Started to take a few large weed/bushes out around the pond edge and worked on taking down a fence by the pond, as it is a mowing obstacle and eye sore. We took down another fence that was across from the pond area, as it served no purpose and made mowing a pain. Just by doing these few things, the areas look bigger and more appealing!

Also, enjoy some more pictures of the chickens and kids as they enjoy the country life!

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Before

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After – both pine trees on either side of this tree were cut down

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What a MESS!

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Much better, and so unique looking!

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Pond area with fence

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After!

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View from the back porch, looking at the pond area

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Before – fence that served no purpose

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Another angle 

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Random tree on the fence line

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After

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After – another angle 


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Looking for food, yum worms

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Free Ranging

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Found a spot for a dust bath!

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I don’t understand how these little girls see


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The kids and 2 of their cousins enjoying the sprinkler and water table.

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We have one side of house lined with daisies and coneflowers.  The first coneflower has bloomed, and from the looks of it almost all 10 plants are ready to fully bloom.  Super excited

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Aubrey picked out the flowers this week for the kitchen table!

Thanks for stopping by this week.  Lots of plans and projects are in the works this summer, as we transform the farm!!  : )