It's a glorious 54 degrees out today. Though we're still looking to see another snowstorm or two, today is a great reminder that spring is almost here.

The girls checked the sap buckets this afternoon and reported a good flow- we'll be collecting in a couple of days it seems. For my birthday (yes, it was yesterday) Wendie gifted me with a seed-starting mat so we can get out seedlings off to a good start. Now, all I have to do is run power out to the potting shed.

The workshop is filled with beehives- there's a double order I'm putting together for a client in Vermont, and a repair job on a top bar hive that a black bear figured how to get into... from the bottom side. An easy fix, but wow. What a sight.

February vacation for the kids is underway, and Sam is up north skiing with his buds. Wendie, the girls and I will be hitting the road in a couple days for a trip into Boston, and that will about do it. No need to drop a kink in our budget this year, and everyone is happy.

From our Homestead to Yours, Cheers!


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Tamara from The Reid Homestead
Todd & Wendie from Unexplained Underfoot Objects- That's Us!

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