We also managed to finalize where the Pich/Clay/Pizza Oven will live and shoveled some gravel and leveled it with the help of Rigel, Jackson and Samuel Corry. Its been a big decision and now that its started it should move along more quickly. I'm looking forward to having it as part of an outdoor shade area and community summer kitchen. Our current visitors have only the shady side of the house to lounge on and that's where we remove our muddy (putting it mildly) boots. Any who would like to help with this project, just email me or call, K?
I sold two goats: Zippity-Day (now known as Fonzi) and Zither (now known as Fuji). Still have nine to go. We will be keeping only one this year: Zelda. Its kinda sad to see them go but these two left on a young girl's lap, while her mom drove them all home to Entwhistle. My kinda people!
I'm making cheese a lot these days: Cheddar, Mozza and Chevre. We even had thirty local day campers come for a Milk to Mozza workshop. They love pulling the cheese and thir leaders did a great job of keeping them entertained whiel they all took turns at a goat or cow. I love watching how all the different personalities approach touching a teat! Humans are so amazing! Great quotes from that day " what's manure?" and "Is this garlic?" (after I gave her the scape.) This teaching people about where their food comes from thing is kinda really really rewarding!!!!