Incubating our duck eggs

Last year we raised day old chicks and day old goslings successfully. The geese are nearly fully grown, and one of the chick (full grown hens now) has started to lay eggs. So with this success, we decided to try our hand at hatching duck eggs. Our ducks give us 2 fertile eggs a day […]
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New Home

We have not blogged for over a year now because we moved house and lots of work to do. We now live in North Texas near lake Ray Roberts on 2.5 acres. We have built a nice vegetable patch, which did not do too badly this year, even with all the rain we had at […]
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Our Texas Silver Corn

We tried to grow corn in our garden this season as we know that a sweet, crisp ear of Texas silver corn is one of the true pleasures of summer be it boiled or grilled! Being first time in this garden makes us so excited to harvest. Our girls keep asking when can we harvest […]
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My Recycled Planter Holder

I always fascinated with iron artworks be it planters or anything. Now I don’t consider myself artistic by any means but I can create garden art out of found objects or from rescues. I’m inspired by the book “Garden Junk” by Mary Randolph Carter that gives me interesting ideas to recycle found objects into functional […]
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