Trying to perfect our sourdough skills ••• This is only the second loaf we've made and we definitely haven't aced it but the house smells good and there's breakfast in our bellies 👩🏻🍳👨🏻🍳 Thank you @organic.ash for your recipe
This is a great opportunity for someone looking to have a custom home in Mt Shasta forest and wants to cut out much of the time for permitting, engineering, construction etc.
This home is completely framed and sided with all the rough in plumbing and electrical in place. It just needs someone to complete the finish work. The floor plan is a three story home with a garage and separate living quarters on the bottom floor. The main living floor features the spacious living room, kitchen, breakfast nook, pantry, master bathroom and bedroom with a walk in closet. The third story is a large open loft. The owners put lots of thought and consideration into the design and construction of this home but are ready to move on. This home is in the lower section of Mt. Shasta forest, and a short distance to the McCloud river, Mt. Shasta hiking trails and the town of McCloud.
Look at this photo and let me know if you spot something wrong with this. 🐂🐃🐂 This morning, my mother-in-law and I had 11 head of cattle bust through a gate and we had to deter them from heading toward the highway. They seem to always know when John is not on the farm. It took us almost an hour in the pouring rain to get them out of the spot they were in. We had big calves, little calves, and some cows out.
When things weren't looking like they would do what we wanted them to do, I took a deep breath, and said, "God, I know you've got our backs. It is pouring rain, it's my mother-in-law and me out here. I am not worried." Then the craziest thing happened. The cattle just went around and into one of the fields and we managed to close the gate behind them! Just like that! There was one little calf who didn't follow the herd, but eventually got out through another spot where it could rejoin the herd eventually.
Not the way I expected to start my morning!
It’s a new week, so I thought it was about time I got involved in #freeupmyinsta to show you a few different things and give a bit of variety to my grid!
Today it’s “Anything Goes”, so I’m going to share another hobby of mine; organic gardening. I love growing things from seed, and I’m fortunate to have a traditional Asturian “galería” in my house (an indoor glassed in terrace) which is the right temperature to grow seedlings year round. How cool is that?
Right now I’m growing Granny Smith apples, gourds, peppers, “Raf” tomatoes, peas, alpine strawberries, Romaine lettuce, cabbage and white onion. As you can see, they’ve been growing extremely fast!
Dirt movement slow mo 🤙🏻by @johnstagram307 a.k.a NSW dirt dog.
Thanks for the video @johnstagram307 | #ausfarmer#earthmovement#farmlife#diggerlife
Drove by my favorite horses, checked on a baby calf lying in a field. Familiar places, pasturelands. Tilled fields, curves in the road. Poplar trees that mark homesteads, a farm and barn I’m fond of. Another afternoon exploring and retracing routes. This is another new season here in Central Oregon for me. First fall in Terrebonne... Autumn light is lovely. #ruralliving#highdesertliving#favoriteplaces