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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

teska's house

Besides harvesting four large fields of lavender this month, we have been getting the ranch cleaned up and ready for summer guests as well as ranch property owners from Texas, Florida and North Carolina who normally come down to escape the summer heat.

Teska is here now working on her house, pictured above, which she rents out when she is not in residence.

Below, the old red truck is hauling off brush to the local dump, and the third photo is my home, with mascot Chihuahua "Porkchop" in the foreground.

Cynthia Buzzard, my LavenDar Farms partner, is pictured in the 4th photo, in the lavender fields in front of my house, just after the last harvest.
Wow, it has been an exhausting and fun learning experience here at LavenDar Farms as we proceed to develop this ranch as an ECO RANCH where friends and families can come and stay, hike, ride horses, cook, sing, play and do whatever....we hope you will come join us someday, smell the lavender, breathe the fresh air, feel the spirits and dance the dance.

There is always room for the young at heart. In fact, On May 3, there is a pilgrimage up to the sacred mountain which adjoins the property. Locals say it takes about 4 hours to get to the top of the mountain where a small church sits on top. There are zigzag trails all along the way. Bring plenty of water if you want to take the hike. I have never done the hike but who knows, there is always a first time. Come with me. We can start early!
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