Pictures From The Farm

My wife’s aunt Sandy, who also lives up at the farm, sent me these photos. The farmer was out there today planting the corn and and fertilizing with fish emulsion and molasses. It’s an organic farm so nothing but the best sticky & stinky stuff for those baby corn plants.

I also realized a funny irony this morning… I’m building a tiny house just a couple miles from the Sutter Buttes, which has the honor of being known as the world’s smallest mountain range. I may also be the only person who thinks building a tiny house at the foot of the world’s smallest mountain range isĀ  funny… so thanks for bearing with me.

It will be even funnier when I build Nine Tiny Feet which might actually become a contender for the title of the world’s smallest house… but I’m not holding my breath or getting my hopes too high.

tiny-free-house-farm

tractor-at-the-farm

2 thoughts on “Pictures From The Farm

  1. It’s amazing how much more house-like it looks simply with the first few beams of the roof added.

    Also love the moody Spring skies in the background of the pics.

  2. Another source of wood is fence wood.
    My neighbor tore down his old fence. I asked the fence people to put some of the fence sections in my back yard.

    So far I have made a spice rack that is turning out great. The advantage of using fence lumber is that it is 6′ long and in ready supply anywhere a fence is being torn down.

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