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Farmer of the Day

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Monday we had a robust clean up day on the farm. Chainsaws, diesel engines and an endless amount of wood to be loaded and hauled away. Between Jon, Brett. Lindsay and me, we cleared about 2 acres…of a potential 50 that need addressing.


Lindsay got the Farmer of the Day cap, as we all sipped a cold one and had an early dinner at Brick Farm Market.


Fortunately, throughout the day we had very stern supervision to keep us motivated. Cap and Rufo kept an eye on things…until they didn't.


And commenced with the Chinese opera.


Jon had to come in and give them a real talking to.


All of this makes Bea so very bored and exhausted.


Because as soon as you turn away, they're back at it again!


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