As the year is rapidly winding down I find myself in awe of the changes to our lives. We began this adventure in March leaving Wyoming and all we knew to venture to a new land that was raw and untouched ready to not conquer but to build our lives in unison with the wild.
Our trip here was virtually uneventful in the grand scheme of things but what memories it does hold. If ever you get a chance to ride the Alaskan ferry please don’t miss out on the opportunity! The sights are breath taking, the people friendly and warm and it is something I wish everyone could experience.
We have since seen so many beautiful sights and I awake to the sounds of whispering trees, crowing roosters and the sight of Mount Illiamna on the horizon. Nestled in our cozy little cabin amongst the wilderness yet feeling safe, secure and blessed we are able to venture out and see just what hardwork and perseverance can accomplish. My first thought each morning is I am blessed and it is my last thought at night as I say a prayer thanking our Lord for leading us to such a wondorous place.
Aside from our simple cabin that is built from 90 percent raw lumber milled on our sawmill from trees right here
we have managed to build shelter for the pigs, a chicken tractor for our poultry, and a kidding barn for our goats.
We have experienced both life and death here on Two Moose Farm with the passing of our beautiful Luna and my little hen Kayla.
We are just coming into our first kidding with the birth of Henrietta yesterday and what a cutie she is and there are always new litters of baby rabbits.
This year has seen many changes but each one a blessing and as I watch the year 2014 leaving I look forward to 2015 and the new projects and adventures it will hold. With this as our palette the possibilities are endless.
We have been blessed with health and happiness and Pray you all have a Merry Christmas and the New Year is filled with joy.