It’s that time of year again, as the final days of winter come to a close, the fog rolls in on the Homestead. It’s a brief window of a few weeks, following the chilly days of winter, where the weather is just right and fog seems to roll in almost each and every morning.
This years winter was shorter and milder than I would have liked. I was really starting to enjoy the cold 30-40 degree weather days, perfect for baking bread and sleeping in. But as quickly as they arrived, they are over.
It’s hard to believe a year has passed since our last series of fog filled days and our second anniversary since moving here is coming near.
Each year, the fog seems to catch me by surprise as if it rolled in suddenly like in The Mist.
We have been lucky to be able to enjoy the cool mornings in the comfort of our home.
While the fog creates a protective wall around us.
Our entire world in this tiny 5 acre patch.
This year we are lucky to have two pig mommies nursing their babies and doing a good job of it.
And the dogs patroling while the chickens and our last guinea are still having their run of the Homestead.
Some things will never change, but then, who would want them too.
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