Our farm is so beautiful in the snow! This is a photo from one of the prettiest snows we had way back in 2009.
The weatherman is calling for a cold and snowy or cold and rainy Sunday tomorrow (March 12) so we’re going to put on a pot of hot chocolate and stay inside after we get our animals fed. We hope you all stay safe and warm and dry, too! Our farm market will be closed tomorrow but, if you need eggs or lamb, please give us a call before you come out (803-804-3541) and we’ll be happy to help you. Since the animals will be all tucked in, we won’t be having any tours, either.
Our farm market will be open (God willing and the creeks don’t rise, as they say) next Sunday, March 19, from 1:00-5:00, and our farm tour will be at 2:00.
Funny that our animals won’t care about what the clock says, but here’s a reminder that daylight savings time starts in the wee hours tomorrow morning. That means that instead of the rooster crowing at 4:00, he’ll be crowing at 5:00. Farmers don’t care much about daylight savings time…chores are done by the sun, not by an act of Congress!
We hope you have a great and safe day tomorrow and we’ll see you next weekend!