Red Dirt Farm

Ramblings and Photos from a Country Life

Kim of Red Dirt Farm

I eat too many potatoes, that is why my rear end is the size of Texas.  Yesterday while I was in the grocery store the clouds parted, a stream of brilliant light shone down and angels began to sing.  There – right there –  in front of me was a bin of colossal football sized potatoes, stocked …

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I’ve been off-line and out of touch and away. All summer there has been a whirlwind of activity here at the cottage.  The cottage renovation is still an ongoing process and will be for some time.  The exterior work is complete for the most part.  Our Cottage received her new paint colors – green, blue …

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These spring days are glorious, although a bit of a roller coaster with up and down temps.  Oh and the wind.  Gosh does it really need to blow this hard? So, how was your weekend? I did something this weekend, that I haven’t done in a few years.  Boy did it feel good. Now before …

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The sky is grey; a dreary unpleasant grey. Freezing rain and sleet are falling. Happy first day of March! -*- My friend sent this to me and it made me smile so I’m sharing it with y’all. I agree with all of these, but know in my heart that when it comes to practicing it in …

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The big machines came back this week with a rumble. The inspector general engineer came to overlook the mountain of dirt and the catacombs below and gave his seal of approval. (BIG YAY) This week we also received an approval letter from the highway department for our second driveway. (yay again) So here at the …

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Is it too soon to start dreaming of a spring garden? Or of seed catalogs and their incredible photography and lovely words casting a spell around a persons green thumb dreams? I’ve got the fever for sure.  However, I don’t have any new seed catalogs. So, thanks to  Pinterest and one of my boards, I’m …

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