The Farm
We have an annual apple pie party and all our neighbors come make pies with us.
Joseph heard that hops can grow 30' high so he built a net to hold them up. So far they've only grown ten feet but if we ever want to throw a bedsheet over this, we can show movies in the field at night!

Our old barn was built in 1918 from handhewn cedars. The barn was known as the "dancing barn" where the villagers danced on the fir-with-no-knots ballroom floor. In January it got listed on the Washington Historic Barn Register.
Turkeys free ranging in front of the teepee in the south pasture. They eat apples, wild grasses and plenty of bugs.

Cats hunting for voles in the wheatfield.
Our guest cottage and the greenhouse where we raise the young chicks.