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Friday, May 31, 2013

This week on the farm...

Just wanted to put in a update of our family life right now.  With spring here we are very busy with our farm work.  Grass is growing and the garden is being planted.  These are the survivors of our first pin or chickens.  I say survivors because free range birds are difficult to protect from nightly coon and possum visitors.  Electrified nets and live traps keep them at bay for the most part, but not entirely.  We raise our birds GMO free and free range.  
 The newest member of our farm was born a week ago.  He is a small but very health Jersey/Milking Short Horn cross.
 Monday our kids marched in the Memorial day parade, Noah and Luke with the scouts and Hannah and Joanna with 4-H.
 Last week as well Noah, Luke and I raised Noah's amateur radio tower.  He is seen here putting the radials on his 10 meter vertical antenna.  Luke was running him tools and pieces up and down the tower.  His call sign is KD8TIU.

Just wrapping up the engine for New mercy Ministries this week.  Paper work and forms for transporting it back across the boarder to Canada.  It should be headed that way next week.  I have started the next engine, it is for Missionary flights international's 206.  Thanks for checking in, Josh

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