Homestead work continues..

No Harm In Farmin

As tiring as it is, there is a huge satisfaction in being as busy as we are. With the first blacksmithing class to be taught fast approaching we still have other work to do.

This weekend we drove up to the land to swap trucks and go get some lumber to begin building the shed that will eventually become Maria’s sewing cabin. We swapped trucks because the one I have been driving is the ’97 4×4. When we bought it the odometer had stopped working at 252000 miles. It has taken that 7hour round trip to Virginia many times since so there is no telling how many miles are actually on it. It still runs good, but the transmission seems to be getting a little weak, it just doesn’t seem to have the pep on the highway like it used to. Plus, it only has a 6 foot bed and…

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