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That Farm Life

October 29, 2015

Fresh eggs, cute animals, fire pits and tire swings. It is a huge dream of my husband and I to have tons of land for all our family and friends to live on, to grow our own food, have space to run, play and be free. Community and authentic relationships are part of a quality life! I feel like we are getting closer and closer to that lifestyle and get giddy just thinking about it. But for now, we’ll enjoy the perks of other sweet friends and their beautiful farms!

One of which is the adorable Blue Whistler Farm! We spent the day at their yearly harvest festival and had the time of our lives! Located in Durham NC, you can get your (truly) free range non-gmo eggs, pasture raised pork, turkey and chicken & produce galore. Owned and operated by the sweetest couple, it is really something special to see.

It’s time we get back to knowing where our food comes from, how it is raised, treated & fed, and support those local farmers! What you put in your body is also a huge part of a quality life. Making good choices now will only benefit you in the long run.

But enough about all that! Willow was in a wonder world of her own as we ran around meeting all the animals. We pet rabbits, sat by the fire pit watching dinner cook on open flame and ate our fair share of honey sticks from the happy bees buzzing the next hill over.


  
  
  
  
 One day we will find you sweet farm of ours! Until then, we will dream of you and hope we meet soon.

xo

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  • mandanicoleshakes

    October 30, 2015 at 12:53 am

    Beautiful images! I too have a similar dream, and I one day dream of raising my own chickens 🙂

    1. {Kristin Robbins}

      October 30, 2015 at 12:55 am

      Thank you! I think raising chickens will be one of the best parts of it all. I hear they are full of personality! You’ll have to let me know when your dream comes true. 😊

      1. mandanicoleshakes

        October 30, 2015 at 1:08 am

        I certainly will! 🙂 let’s connect and stay in touch. I hope to start raising chickens in the next year or so! Wishing you the best!

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