live on 5 acres in rural county, working to create sustainable homestead life- keep chickens, goats, practice permaculture, solar living. Husband and I have been Meeting members 25 yrs.
I'm retired and volunteer teaching ESOL class at library. Read, crochet, and haul goat poop.
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Welcome to QQ, Vicki! Our family kept Saanen and Oberhasli dairy goats for several years. Milking twice a day proved to be too heavy a burden for us. We gradually7 dispersed our goat herd. and got into the sheep business. My wife is no longer living. but I still have about fifty ewes, along with beef cows and Haflinger horses.
If and as you feel to do so, it would be interesting to hear more about your spiritual pilgrimage.
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