From the dirt to our plate; the trials and realities of first-time farm ownership

On The Road

12/29/16 IPhone 6

This photo was taken as I followed my husband trying to snow blow the road so he could get to work.  When I say our driveway is 1/4 mile long I should really be saying our driveway is 2 & 1/4 mile long as the plows don’t get here until 3-4 days after the storm.

My photos are not available for public use or reproduction without my written consent.  If you’d like to use my photos, feel free to email me at krislee.johnson@yahoo.com.

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2 Responses to “On The Road”

  1. Karin C.

    Where are you in ND? Your 1st time farm experiences sound a lot like ours! We also live where the plow doesn’t come until 4-5 days after the blizzard, if we’re lucky, so it’s tough for my husband to get to work every day. We finally have a Bobcat to help us clear the road to get to roads that are cleared for bus routes. We homeschool, so they don’t make it down our way all the time as priority, sometimes forgetting us all together!
    I just stumbled on your blog after seeing if you had new tips to beat winter boredom with our chickens. I like your easy seed block recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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    • Krislee

      We are near Anamoose, ND. I’m glad you liked the seed block recipe, my birds love it! I have to say we’ve learned A LOT over this past year and a half, but we’ve loved every second of it.

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