Monday, December 2, 2013

Wagon Rides with Santa

Another successful year here at the farm with Santa this past weekend.  Thanks to all that participated.  And especially to those family and friends that helped put it all together.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Beautiful Fall View

This is the view from my back window.  I know in the past I showed my view in the Spring and Winter.  But look at these colors up against the stormy sky!

More New Handspun

These are freshly spun today.  All from Alpaca fiber with additional  fibers thrown in.  The second from the left is all Alpaca - 3 ply.  2 of of them are spun with eyelash, and 2 are spun with ribbon.  All available here at the farm.

New handspun wool

Some new handspun yarn here at the farm.  Toupe dyed Wool with a thin thread of purple and green.  One of the skeins as purple seed beads for a little added bling.   Don't forget our Holiday Boutique  on Dec. 1st where you can see these items and many more great gift giving items.  If you can't make it that day call us for an appointment and you can browse anytime.

Wagon Rides with Santa

This years Wagon Rides with Santa are fast approaching.  The date will be Dec. 1st from 10:00-4:00.  Please get your reservations in now as we are getting booked quickly.  It's only a month away believe it or not!  The cost is $5.00 per person and must be paid ahead.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Project bags

These are some new items I am trying out.  They have had a good response so far at theMilford Farmers market.  I am calling them Project Bags.  They keep your yarn from rolling under the table and from getting tangled as well in your tote.  contact me or visit us at the farm or at the farmers market if interested.  They also make good gifts.  The Holidays will be upon us before you know it.

Saturday, August 31, 2013

Random Kansas Pictures from Vacation

These rocks were form placed here by my Grandfather's family on what was once their property.  Still existing for at least 100 years.

These last two pictures are just random pictures in Kansas.  There were many farms where we saw these walls of hay of the sides of roads.  Later a grinding machine will come grind it all up and blow into trucks and hall away to probably a feed lot somewhere.

This picture was just a random picture of a tractor I think discing a field.  We didn't see too much field action as Harvest was over.