Saturday, March 7, 2015

Lambs and Fiddles

Well good news to share, and that is that there are two new ram lambs here at Cold Antler Farm! So out of two ewes, there is an increase of four sheep nearly doubling the herd size in a few days! I would have loved to have added a ewe to the flock but the boys will serve the farm either as butchered meat in the fall or sold to anyone looking for some grazers for their property. I am willing to sell them off to the Best offer I can get. If you are interested, please let me know via email

In other news! This spring's Fiddle Camp is at the end of March. There are plenty of spots open and the camp may be as small as three people. If you have no idea what I am talking about, here is the gist: You arrive here Saturday the 28th knowing nothing about music. You come knowing absolutely nothing, to be clear. By the end of the first day you can tune the fiddle and play your first scale. By the end of Sunday you can play your first tunes. Oh, the class COMES WITH A STUDENT FIDDLE. If you are interested in the two days of lessons here at the farmhouse, please email me as well. I would love to host you and still have time to get your fiddles ordered for the 28th and 29th of the month.

Also: In the next five days I need to make a mortgage payment and I am saving up for a root canal. So, if you are interested in supporting the farm please know that Season Passes are still on sale! Come to ANY workshop for an entire year, for $250 a person or $400 a couple. This sale is to help raise funds for the mortgage and the root canal! So you are literally saving face!


Blogger EZ said...

The young guys must find you very attractive, you're surrounded! XD

March 8, 2015 at 9:16 PM  

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