Appeldoorn'S Sunset Bay Resort
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... along the Grindstone River. Portions of the Mille Lacs Indian Reservation are located within and adjacent to Hinckley.On September 1, 1894, the ...
... re there! Interesting to note that they always seem to be out and about when I'm in the hoop house.... They probably know I'm petrified of them so they want to help me get over my fear. Well, it doesn't work snakey snakes! As good as their intentions may be. Lol. So about 11.30am Deb and I headed out to deliver the vegetable boxes at the Cambridge Food Co-Op. We first stopped in Mora quickly and then had a few pit stops on the ...
Ah, such a peaceful wake up on the farm... Woke up just after 6am, chickens are making their little noises, birds singing, blue skies, sunshine... My plan was to lay in bed until about 8am when we get up so I'm just relaxing, trying to doze back off to sleep when just after 7am.... BANG! ... BANG!! Sarah and I woke up with quite a jolt!! We both looked at each other and realized that it was Jim out shooting birds. I tell you, nothing wakes you up quicker than the sound ...
... projects done! Early evening before the crazy storm came we did some target shooting! We shot the 45 smith and wesson semi automatic pistol! It's small... And you definitely underestimate it because of it's size but it is a POWERFUL gun. I shot it first and it has quite the kick and the sound is very loud! But amazing! Our targets were plastic jugs with water in them so when we hit them they burst everywhere! Super super cool. I enjoyed getting to shoot again. I've missed it! I looked ...
... but that was intense! I then did the chicken chores and then later on in the evening Jim weed whacked the rows where we had flagged so he wouldn't run over the asparagus and rhubarb and then we went through the rows and picked up as much of the torn up weeds as possible. That was another grizzly task but as always, hard work pays off and it was really rewarding to see the difference! It looks so ...