Daisy Hill Fiber Farm



Treading Water

Posted on September 26, 2011 at 11:35 PM

So its happened... I've determined that as much as I tried, I may not be a blogger.  Or at least not a consistant one.  So I'll announce to the world... don't count on new information to be given here.  But, it might happen when you least expect it!  (I suggest you not expect it at all)

If there is anything that is worthy of a headline - I'll send out a blurb to the website followers.  So if you don't want to miss one breathless moment - you might want to sign up as a groupee for this website.  But don't hold your breath - because I don't want to be responsible for you requiring smelling salts.

This past summer has been full of rabbits (and rabbits, and rabbits), sun, heat, and medical issues for both of us.  This fall looks like it will contain rabbits, some downsizing, more medical issues, cooler temperatures.  If you have a desire for a select few fiber animals of the larger variety, some special rabbits (primarily of the woolly variety), or fiber - drop me a note.

If you don't hear from us for a length of time - feel free to rattle my chain.  That includes reminders... and repeated emails if you don't get a reply.  I'd like to think that my mind is improving with age - but I suspect that instead its starting to leak just a little.   Perhaps I can blame my blogging shortcomings on that afliction?!  Yes, I will.  I can't seem to blog because... I can't remember why....



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Reply Cathy McPeek
7:58 PM on September 29, 2011 
I am in search of Champagne D'Argents, two does and a buck to start raising and filling my freezer, showing and enjoying. I have found nothing in the Puyallup area. Where exactly are you located..."north of Spokane." Do you have a trio available? And what is your price? I have a Motorhome and would love to take a weekend road trip over I-90 and loop back through Wenachee/Levenworth before snow season.