January 19, 2019

Landis built this 10 foot tall snowman, with son Cameron.

How inspiring it is to have a two year old son. The two year old inspires the father to build a snowman that requires a ladder to complete. Isn't it great how one's heart responds to the eagerness of the child?

Here Cameron is at the window, intently studying those who go by. 

Susan had taken a picture of the Ohio Supreme Court, when we were there last week. Here it is. Quite an elevated place in which to discern the fine points of  justice. 

If you have not heard, the Winter Market at Hyde Park has been cancelled for tomorrow, Sunday the 20th, due to inclement weather. If any of you would like a delivery mid-week, instead, we can try to accommodate that, so let us know. In the meantime, be careful of slick roads and sub-zero temperatures.

Last month a photographer from Denver, Colorado came to the farm to shoot a video of our new bale-unroller in action. On this bitter cold day, I was asked to explain why we like this piece of equipment and how it fits into our operation. Here is the result, for your curiousity.

More to the point, below are lamb shanks, so easy and delicious to cook during a winter's chill. Low and slow -- 200 degrees for ten hours, with chicken broth, wine, and herbs of choice. 

May a child's eagerness always inspire us to new heights.

Susan & Drausin

Drausin Wulsin

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