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What Is It About Hard Boiled Eggs?

What Is It About Hard Boiled Eggs?

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Have you ever had difficulty peeling a hard boiled egg?  If so, do you know what is the cause of that difficulty?  Read on, we Frenchies will tell you.

What's That In The Middle Of The Road?

What's That In The Middle Of The Road?

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We Frenchies were driving around the farm yesterday and we were cruising past one of the hayfields when something strange was spotted in the roadway up ahead.  Being curious Frenchies, we stopped to investigate.

Berry Season Has Begun At The Farm!

Berry Season Has Begun At The Farm!

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Now that it’s finally getting hot, the berries in our berry patch are finally ripening.  The first to mature are the currants.  We grow white, black, and redcurrants and of the three, redcurrants are the first to ripen.

Look!  Up In The Sky!

Look! Up In The Sky!

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I was startled yesterday when I looked up at the sky.  I couldn’t imagine what I was seeing.  Obviously, Sharkey had done some research because she told me all about it.

It's Road Trip Time!

It's Road Trip Time!

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We Frenchies and G.K. decided to pack up our things and take a little excursion to our home in East Hampton.  First, we got out all of our favorite travel supplies from the Martha Stewart Pets line at PetSmart.  Then, we decked out the back seat with a really comfortable Martha Stewart Pets Travel Hammock …

Meeting The Nice Folks From Equestrian Quarterly

Meeting The Nice Folks From Equestrian Quarterly

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On Friday, we had some visitors at the farm.  A team from Equestrian Quarterly came to photograph the stable for an upcoming issue.  EQ is an impressive publication, which they call a coffee-table magazine and we think that we Frenchies will be part of the story!

A Lesson In Sedum, Or Stonecrop

A Lesson In Sedum, Or Stonecrop

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We Frenchies love teaching you about the world of plants and today’s lesson is about the genus, sedum, in the Crassulaceae family.  We love these hardy plants and after reading this blog, we think you will too!

Saluting Special Companions

Saluting Special Companions

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MSLO employee, Kate Lewis, has been a friend of ours for many years and she has a special posting today about her friend, Joyce and Joyce’s special dog companions.  A warm welcome to Kate.

Francesca and Sharkey know that longtime friends are very special and it is really wonderful when a friend values the companionship …

Getting Ready For Another Dinner Party

Getting Ready For Another Dinner Party

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We Frenchies love when Martha entertains.  Before hand, there is so much hustle and bustle to get the house ready for guests.  We really savor all the great aromas emanating from the kitchen as the food is prepared.  And what we really enjoy is the actual art of entertaining, which we have gotten quite good …

What You May Not Know About The Great Blue Heron

What You May Not Know About The Great Blue Heron

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Martha and Betsy were riding the horses, Rinze and Ramon, recently near our farm in Bedford.  They rode past a swampy area when they spotted something amazing high in the trees.  Martha, of course, had her camera and took these photos.  After seeing them, we Frenchies did a little research and thought we would share …