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The robins are back

If you've visited our website in the past, then it probably looks a little different to you, today. I did some upgrading to my web hosting plan and changed the domain to something over which I have more control. The hosting plan also provides me a method of hosting multiple domains. So, if you're looking for your own domain and web space, let me know.

As for the homestead, well, spring has sprung a little early again this year. The Canada Geese have been flying in for a couple of weeks, now. And, yesterday evening, I saw our first robin arrive. The trees also look like their going burst their buds soon.

So, although we won't do any planting outdoors until May, it looks as though I will be able to get to the roto tilling very soon. Which is good, because we have plans to expand the garden quite a bit this year.

Egg production is almost back to normal and we're getting ready to expand the flock. We are planning to add fifteen more hens to the coop this spring and try our hand at incubating a clutch of our own eggs.

Lots to look forward to in the coming weeks.



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