“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution

A Day in the Life

The sun rises...
and the day begins.


Everyone is in his/her own place...
grazing or not...


Mid morning, I receive this photo in a text from the neighbors.
Apparently the guineas have found their swing.
We are so lucky that our neighbors do not mind visits from our guineas...
as it is hard to keep this troupe at home.


Later in the day, they are doing their thing in another neighbor's field.


They spend their day patrolling the neighborhood.
By late afternoon, they wander back to their own yard
and by sunset are safely tucked back into their house.


I'm not sure what was happening in the food container...
who knows what goes on in a guinea mind!


The day ends much like it started...
with a fiery sky.

I started seasonal decorating yesterday...
from this...


to this...


I found galvanized letters at a craft store on sale for $2...


 and added puffy paint and sparkles for a wintery effect.


It's just the beginning... more to come!

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