Monday, 1/26

26 01 2009

This past weekend it finally rained.  Our rain gauge measured about 2 in.  All those sacrifices to the gods worked. We still need more rain.  We need to make better sacrifices.

Sometime the goats need to be taught a little respect.  So the goats are not tethered anymore.  Instead I chase them around with a stick.  It actually works pretty effectively .  Still, these goats are a waste of time.

The first beautiful flower, and it only January!  This flower represents the impending chaos of planting. The growing season begins.  This flower is called a Snowbell or Leucojum aestivum. They are one of Lee’s favorite flowers.

This is a leg of lamb that we braised from 5 hours in red wine.  The lamb is cooked for a class at the OSU extension office.  The meat is USDA approved, grass fed, hormone free, and antibiotic free.  We purchased it locally directly from the producer, and it is delicious.

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