“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

So Anticlimactic

Some of you have voiced your eagerness to see the adventures that our
three new barn kitties 
(new in November when they came to us as tiny feral kittens)
would have when they were allowed out into the world.


They have had free access to the world for several days now,
and if they are having adventures,
it's news to me.
Every time I stop by the barn to check on these three,
they are either lounging under the heat lamp over their bed...
or one is in the rafters.


They only time they venture out of their stall,
as far as I can tell,
is when Sammie comes to visit.


They seem completely uninterested in what lies beyond their
now-open door.

They are the most boring kitties ever!
I am hoping that once warmer weather is here to stay,
they might be more inclined to venture outside.
If they don't, it looks like our mouse population is safe!

We are enjoying a stretch of dry weather... still cold, but dry.
The snow is completely gone (after what seems like months with snow on the ground)
and I am loving not having to trudge through ice and snow.


The birds are enjoying the lack of snow and ice...
making navigation so much easier.


The guineas have begun their garden work.


The chickens are back to taking dust baths...


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