I can't believe how fast the weeks of Spring go! It's such a busy time for all of us on the farms and homesteads – planting gardens, caring for new animals, and planning all the new projects ahead!
This past week, we've been preparing for the arrival of our sheep – making sure that new pasture is fenced off appropriately and that their ‘house' is in working order. We're also busy preparing for the arrival of our bees (their coming Easter Sunday!). I've never kept bees before and am a little wary about what to expect in my first few seasons, but I'm thankful for the opportunity and feeling up for the challenge!
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