Tag Archive: farm projects

Starting Over (Starter House)

Before and after pictures, first stage of Starter Greenhouse remodel. We lost cover in a storm 7 years ago….and we are finally rebuilding. Gutting everything for a clean slate. Sometimes you have to… Continue reading

Beauty and the Beast

Missing our Bermudian Bengal Cat, Freckles. She disappeared shortly after the move. It sucked. We adopted Norman, the bearded dragon, from the Humane Society recently. I support adopted pets. I guess you could… Continue reading

Blackberry down

Now that it is freeze your butt off cold, burning fallen limbs and cut blackberries are the priority. We will have many burns in the hopes to clear the land for the new… Continue reading

Happy Housing

Not everything we accomplished revolved around plants. Our animals needed some love too. Within a month of finishing the construction of an outdoor run for the rabbits (two new bunnies), Licorice managed an… Continue reading

ACTION!

IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE THAT MEAN THE MOST. TIL NEXT TIME BIGMAMA. ALL OUR LOVE.    

Set Break

We emphasize the Mama in Bigmamasfarm, so naturally, there is a lot of playtime during project weeks. Hats off to the kiddos for turning this soon-to-be-firewood-of-a-boat into a new adventure! There is nothing… Continue reading

That’s A Wrap!

Projects aren’t meant to go smoothly. It is basically a hard rule. So imagine the shock when our highly anticipated work week on the farm actually went well. Beyond well. We hit it out… Continue reading

There She Blows

The winter winds were no match for the old plastic on our greenhouses. The structures suffered major damages, most notably the Party Greenhouse. A tissue, please. Well, it was only a matter of… Continue reading

Adios

“I fail to see, how you fail to see, that it’s awesome!” -Hero, Big Hero Six   “Wouldn’t it be sweet, to sweep your own self off your feet. Dare to dance alone.”… Continue reading

Growth & Change

“By sharing and learning about each other, we can see our oneness, stop focusing on our differences, and come together to take care of the earth.” -Aimee Golant, Metal Art Judaica    … Continue reading