Red Dirt Farm and Studio

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goose egg

Kim of Red Dirt Farm and Studio

A trip to the local farmers market yielded some lovely rainbow eggs and goose eggs too. We’ve never had goose eggs. Compared to a chicken egg, they are enormous.  The shells are extremely hard, cracking them is a challenge. We wondered what they would taste like? BWAHAHA – insert evil cat laugh. You silly goose …

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fairly lackluster

Kim of Red Dirt Farm and Studio

We braced for cold temperatures and much more snow than we received. All said and done, it was a fairly lackluster snow event. Still, I went out with the camera earlier this morning and took a few shots. My Rosemary is not happy with these cold temps.  From a distance, the snow looks like cotton …

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A few weeks back I planted some cool weather crops in a few pots.  Never did I think it was going to get so cold, so quickly. Sad droopy spinach and lettuce. Now, I want to be perfectly clear – I said I would not complain this winter about the cold weather. So this isn’t …

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