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Blueball Mountain Spindle & Needleworks, the Yarn and Fiber Shop in Historic Downtown Elizabethtown KY, has become the focus of the activities of All One Farms. The Farm, itself is still where the Sheep are raised, Gardens are kept and large dyeing and processing takes place. We continue to live simply, still seek to be self sustaining and remain conscious of our role in the universe. Every day is an adventure and it doesn't always take me where I plan. Come journey with me and share my experiences as I continue evolving my dream. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
Here is last night's harvest! Tomatoes Tomatoes Tomatoes! Yellow Squash and Zuchini to die for! Beautiful golden onions! Green Peppers! Basil! Tarragon! I am so excited about the bounty this earth has given us. We are so blessed on this little plot of land. Two babes in the woods and look at all that we have brought forth.
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Yes we are! Over the holiday weekend I ran out to Knob Lick to Miss Wilma' s Orchard Sale. i have been wanting to meet her and see her shop full of primitive antiques and her wonderful pillows and handwork dolls and country needfuls. (www.picturetrail.com/misswilmasplace) I was not disappointed. Not only is her work and creations worth the trip, she was a gracious and welcoming hostess and a charmer. I want to adopt her or maybe she'll adopt me! It turned out to an absolutely lovely day in her beautiful country garden and orchard. I also finally got to meet some on line friends from the MaryJane's Farm Girl Connection. Jonnie, Janice, Lainey and Kayla. Jonnie and Kayla had a table set up with their collections and wares for sale. I got a absolutely delicate lawn dress from Janice and ooood and ahhhed over her antique child trunk. I wanted it soooo bad! I also got some wonderful handmade milk soap from Kayla and met her lovely family. What a treat to hear them playing fiddle and singing in the country air. Here's a pic of all of us except Kayla who had left before I remembered the camera.