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What We Found In The Equipment Barn

What We Found In The Equipment Barn

Posted by Francesca

Before we left for Maine, we went to visit the farm crew in the equipment barn.  Unfortunately, the guys were all out working.  However, we did find one thing moving.

The Social Life Of Horses

The Social Life Of Horses

Posted by F&S

While tootling around the farm recently, we Frenchies stopped the Kawasaki near the horse paddocks and paid a little visit to the Fresians.  As you may know, we are very curious by nature and have found out that when you start asking questions, you can usually learn so many interesting things!

A Lesson About Figs

A Lesson About Figs

Posted by F&S

There are so many great food items growing around the farm.  Before we went to Maine, we prepared a Daily Wag all about figs.  We hope you enjoy this lesson.

Departing Bedford For All The Fun At Skylands

Departing Bedford For All The Fun At Skylands

Posted by F&S

As you may know, we are currently at Skylands, our home in the state of Maine.  We are on vacation and celebrating a few birthdays, including our very own Martha.  With all the excitement of traveling, we got a little behind in posting this blog about our drive there with Uncle Carlos.  Hope you’re all …

Bird's Nest on the Ground

Bird's Nest on the Ground

Posted by F&S

We Frenchies were doing some exploring around the farm the other day, when we stumbled upon an odd looking object.  At first we were puzzled as to what it was, but our sharp wit soon figured it out.

Rose of Sharon on the Pergola

Rose of Sharon on the Pergola

Posted by Sharkey

Francesca and I are both lovers of flowers and especially love walking through the pergola on the farm.  Different varieties of flowers bloom at different times of the year, so there is always something pretty blossoming for us to look at!

Edible Flowers at the Farm

Edible Flowers at the Farm

Posted by F&S

As you know, we Frenchies are curious about so many things and just the other day, we started a discussion about edible flowers.  Not all flowers are edible, so it’s important to be certain which ones are, as some flowers can be toxic.  However, at the farm, there are many edible …

What we Stumbled Upon in East Hampton

What we Stumbled Upon in East Hampton

Posted by Ghenghis Khan

On a recent trip to our home in East Hampton, at the far end of Long Island, New York, we were driving around with Uncle Carlos when he spotted a large gathering in a field.  He stopped the car so that we could see what all the fun was about.

What's Lurking in That Tree?

What's Lurking in That Tree?

Posted by Francesca

I recently blogged about how I drove the Kawasaki around the farm checking on all of the sprinklers watering the gardens.  After my inspection, I continued my drive when I spotted something quite large lurking in a tree.  I was rather surprised by what I found.

Zen And The Art of Being a Chow Chow

Zen And The Art of Being a Chow Chow

Posted by Ghenghis Khan

Most people and animals who know me, don’t realize that I, G.K., am a highly introspective Chow Chow.  While I enjoy all the buzz and chatter around the farm, sometimes it’s nice for me to just escape and get away from it all.