All is well at Whimfield Farm.
We’ve built a deck that wraps around the front of the house. It has a roof. (Does that make it a verandah?)
The kitchen still isn’t complete. (Still washing dishes in the bathroom sink.)
Still no pets or houseplants.
Didn’t grow a garden this summer.
Still happy and healthy.
Every year gets easier and easier. [...]
I’ve written over 200 articles here about our story of how we moved to Prince Edward Island. For months now I’ve known that I needed to close the book on the Whimfield chapter of our lives.
How does our story end? In true Whimfield style, it’s simple: we live happily ever after on this magical place [...]
Last week when we went to use the snowblower for the first time this Winter, Cameron noticed a hornet’s (wasp’s? some buzzing insects, anyway) nest that had been carefully built there over the Summer.
Doesn’t the wonder of nature and what animals go through just to survive make you marvel at the wonder of it all?
Living simply isn’t simple. How did I ever think living simply was going to be simple??!! What world was I living in? Oh, right… Now I remember, I was living in the city-come-country world, where everything must be better and sweeter in the country! (Well, everything is better and sweeter in the country–that part is [...]
Cameron seems to think it’s my duty to tell you what’s going on in our garden. Therefore I share my PEI gardening tips from yours truly, a novice in the vegetable garden.
Already we’ve learned a lot for next year when it comes to growing vegetables.Here are my PEI gardening tips from an idiot. Please feel [...]