Besides all of that hoop house planning we still have this little event coming up called The Farm Crawl. That means hundreds of people will be touring our farm and we need to clean up for company. It makes for a long list of projects, but a very fulfilled feeling when it is all said and done. Finally, in the "Hard Lesson Learned" segment of today's show I talk about that old woodworker's adage ... "Measure twice, cut once!"
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Ethan (and Becca) just want to commend you for all you are doing to spread the word about REAL farming. It takes so much time to post on your blog, keep up with your audio shows, prepare for farm crawls etc but if you didn't may would lose out. Keep up the hard work and don't forget to take care of yourselves
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