This has become post from the hot place underground where the not very nice people are supposed to roast in eternity.
First trying to email the photos from my phone to blogger, had to do it in multiple parts, multiple times, which meant multiple posts. Then when trying to get those multiple posts into one, the computer in the library kept on freezing up on me when I tried to move the photos with the 'photos from this blog' option, so I finally ended up copying and pasting the photos over into one. I tried to make the photos the usual size, but they aren't coming through very focused, so I've left them smaller. Could be the computer monitor here, which seems to have a faint double shadow to all the text.
Now I only have four minutes left on the computer here at the library. So to cut it short and sweet, Larry, Jake, Luna and I went for an amazing hike yesterday, we were gone three hours. We did the killer climb up to the radio tower on top of one peak, and then did some exploring once we had rested at the top. We saw a few deer and a bear plop, had a great time, were pretty darn tired by the time we were done. Here are some pictures and I'd better hit publish before the computer boots me out.
I'll be back tomorrow to try and sort some things out .
My original blurb is below. This blog was started to show some of our customers where their food is coming from. But...since there aren't actually many of our customers reading it, and just because I wanted to... this blog now is all over the map. Lots of dog stuff, places we go, things we do, and of course gardening and animal stuff, and whatever else I feel like rambling on about.
We live on a 10 acre hobby farm in the Bradner area of Abbotsford, British Columbia. We are vendors at the White Rock Farmer's market, selling a large variety of items. These include jams, jellies and marmalades, sewn items, free range eggs, cut flower bouquets, fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit. We grow organically, although are not certified organic. As of summer 2017, our hobby farm houses 2 humans, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 1 ewe, and 80-99 laying hens.