Saturday Special

Farm Views

Gucci cuddles up with her favorite blanket.                                  Gucci

Vermicomposting, worms eat apple cores, shredded paper, coffee, banana peels, and green waste.IMG_5001  Heating up the compost.IMG_5003

Just as the dew has set in the morning on a feather.

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Our donkeys, Ellie and Hannah.IMG_7313

Misty, is one of our female goats.IMG_7315

Fresh oranges and lemons from our trees.IMG_5005

Pine needle tea from our Stone Pine Tree. IMG_5013

The bees are still happy in the field. IMG_5090

The ducks are a little in shock. They just lost three buddies in one day to the coyotes. Although, it is beautiful on the farm, sometimes some sights are not so beautiful. I did have a photo of the duck head. The coyotes left the head behind the pond. I found it later, and took a photo of it. The circle of life is truly lived out here…you see life and death. Death is sad, but it happens on the farm more often. IMG_5097

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Cambria

If you are ever on the Central Coast of California, you must visit Cambria. It is such a cute little town, full of atmosphere and fun. As an art lover, I enjoy going into the galleries, and shops. Make sure you reserve time to talk to people, that is one of the many joys of the Central Coast. People are just so genuine here, they stop and talk to you. People ask about your family, and even your dogs and chickens. I am always surprised when people ask about dimples, one of our chickens. I am a little shocked that they remember the name of our chicken, yet sometimes I don’t remember my own chickens.

The town, as all towns along the Central Coast are just like little treasure boxes wanting to be explored. We try to go to a new restaurant every time we get over to Cambria. There is always something to see, and enjoy. Yummy little confectionary treats that will tempt the strongest will.

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