Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Central Hall Colonial home built by Thomas Hawkins, Master Carpenter. All updated modern conveniences including central heat, soap stone wood burning stove, 1914 Acorn gas burners and electric ovens cook stove, plumbing, updated electrical, furnace. R-19 insulation in all exterior and interior walls, R-30 insulation in attic. Storm windows cover all original windows, double pane, lifetime warranty windows on south side of house, storm door on front. 650 foot drilled well giving 75 gallons water per minute for house and livestock tanks are fed by underground river.
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Monday, March 21, 2016
Recently, another beautiful day in the valley after a rain.
This morning, neighbor moving bovines to new pasture.
They look like calves so it takes a few men to keep them in line and moving in a forward direction.
As they pass pasture with other cattle, some rush to see what's going on while others turn and run.
The calves will stop and munch the new grass along the fence line and the dog is near end of line to nip heels of any calves who try to turn around.
Just another beautifully perfect day on the farm.