More volunteer day (5/11) pictures

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Emi Skogabe asks, “What is this?” A common question of the day.

Plenty of things to do at the farm on a volunteer day.

Plenty of things to do at the farm on a volunteer day.

Two full days of work… so there are plenty of pictures. Courtesy of Twin Fish Photography.

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Jason is digging up hidden bricks in this garden bed.

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Hard-working grant is loading the trailer up.

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Some of the broken rock and brick on-site.

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Drain tile, pavers, old buckets….

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Kara lifts the heavy rebar pile with grace and experience.

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Anyone need Paul Bunyan’s cookie sheet?

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We saving as much as we can to re-purpose and replant – including workhorses and rhubarb plants.

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This is the site before the fences and kennel are taken down.

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The raspberry patch, the west field, is starting to shape up.

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Nick (flannel) and Jason (checks) work on taking down the picket fence.


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Group B&W

After a hard day of work! A full trailer of rubble, pots, and rotted timber. We are making “T” signs for the Tiny Diner. Only for you, Tiny, would we be doing all this work.

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A full trailer! We hauled off 5-6 of these trailers full of hidden treasures on the Honey House property.

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