Yes, we are here!  We have made it to the week of Thanksgiving in 2020, and boy do I have a lot to be thankful for!

This year has definitely been off the charts challenging, but it also brought to the forefront what is most important.  I would like to list the five things I am most thankful for, however, I will stop there or my list could turn into a book.

1. Healthy food

2. Clean running water

3. Our little farm and home, animals included!

4. Family and friends, and...

5. Health

Yep, that pretty much sums it up for me.  

I will add a few brief happenings and then I will go back to baking fresh home made bread for purchase from our farm.  Many people are looking forward to some delicious home made bread comfort food to share with their loved ones this Holiday season.

Fresh Bread

We have had quite a lot of rain this fall which has made the main area in the pasture a muddy mess. 

This morning, we had a freeze over of white frost which hardened that mud into jaggedness, making it treacherous for my sensitive hooved horse and pony to walk across. 

I may have to pull out and utilize the special boots for them.  I also may need to medicate Willow the horse for stiff and sore joints in the upcoming cold season, but aside from that, all is well.

The kids are good, the home is good, and the weather is good today by being crisp but still casting some sunshine down upon us!  

We wish you all the best this Thanksgiving.  No matter whether you are able to share time with your loved ones and extended family, or whether you stay home and purely enjoy the companionship of a simple few, there is so much to be grateful for!

Happy eating to all and may we all spread compassion and food to those less fortunate,

Amy Darr

3 Corners Farm

Mosier Or., U.S.A.