Sunday, October 30, 2011

Thanks Giving 2011

Well its thanks giving already.
The Farmer And The Farmer's Wife hosted the family at the farm.
Its so nice that the farm stayed in the family.
The farm is like the anchor that ties the family together.
Its the one constant during holidays that binds The Farmer's Family.

The Farmers Wife cooked the turkey this year.

The Farmers Kids piling it on.

Ramses is enjoying the cooler weather.

The Farmers Mother checking out The Effingham.
The boat her grandchildren built.

The Farmer found a giant puff ball.
The Farmers Family weren't all that keen on the flavour.
But one has to try eating puff ball once in their life.

The Farmers Son and his very best friend made jack-o-lanterns.

The Farmer and The Framers Wife have been planting garlic as well.
They started with a template with 5 hole spacing but have added more.
The template now has 7 spaces wide.

The count is up to 4956 pieces in.


  1. Man, that's a lot of garlic! Question for you: I have some garlic picked a week or so ago that I was thinking I'd replant for next year. How long should it dry before I break up the cloves and put it back in the ground? Is it too late since we've had a frost already?

  2. The count is 7056 as of today.
    Planting will continue this week.
    The total may exceed 8500.
    You can plant yours now.
    It may be tougher to break apart before drying but it should be fine