…and this is my daddy.
It’s Spring! New seedlings are beginning to make the greenhouses look like a jungle. The earth is ready and waiting for those seedlings to be planted. We’re just waiting for Continue Reading →
We will begin mailing out pre-ordered DVDs Monday – February 17th. Thank you for your patience. The documentary took a month longer than anticipated to finish.
The first set of DVDs will be ready on Valentine’s Day. Pre-orders will be shipped out the very next day – Saturday. Thank you for your patience as we finished Continue Reading →
I was getting ready to pack up my gear and saw Frank leading the sheep to the barn for the night. Fitting that the last thing filmed is the sheep Continue Reading →
We had our last scrub session yesterday. Sunday we have the very first viewing of the documentary with others besides crew. I’m pretty nervous. The people in attendance will be Continue Reading →
It’s so close! These last days are “on the edge of our seats” days. The documentary needs only a few tweaks. More and more clips have dropped to the cutting Continue Reading →
Photograph – cotton, soap made from sheep tallow, and a bar of soap wrapped in a knitted cotton washcloth Christina and I have been having lots of working sessions. She Continue Reading →
Writing the first post is always the hardest – the proverbial blank page. We’ve been filming at the Allen Farm since April 13th. We started the project because Allen Heirloom Continue Reading →