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Yea, the corn is growing! Just little corn sprouts for now but last weeks frost gave a scare. Because we planted later than usual the leaves were close to the warm earth. Whew.

For city readers, the saying is knee high by 4th of July, then it will have a growth spurt. You know the corn is about ready to pick when it gets tassels on the top. Today marks 30 days until 4th July!

For now, my mouth is watering for some corn on the cob, drenched in real butter, add salt. A clam and lobster bake sounds like a winning idea.

As for our government as of late, I can think of a few politicians who could use a day on a farm, meet the real people that they work for. May be tempted to shove a cob in the pipes. Oh my! Kidding kidding!

And this business about collecting DNA, what an abomination from SCOTUS. The government can’t figure out DNA In genetically modified food for heck sake.

Arg mates, praying for a bit of rain and some better transparency from DC.

Oh and the best part of the day- neighbor farm- Day One Strawberry Picking!

Here’s a sneak peek photo of the corn nubs.

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It is an absoduckinglutely gorgeous sky today. Perfectly blue, light, fluffy floating clouds. Not one chemtrail. Not one contrail.

Where are all the airplanes?

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Right now there is calm before the storm on the farm, but it’s not going to last long by the looks of the sky. Rumbling noises abound and a wallop of a thunderstorm is imminent.

We need the rain though, May has brought only one inch so far. Much to our dismay weather forecast is calling for a chance of frost. The other farms have one inch high corn and while we’ve held off planting, they have to be nervous. Our fruit trees are blooming and flower beds planted. Pray no frost!

Can’t imagine those folks in Oklahoma what the sky must have looked like. Might head to the basement just in case. Stay safe friends.

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May 23, 2013

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Chemtrails suck. PHOTOS! Radar has not a cloud in the sky, and then the aircraft show up obscuring what should be a sunny day. It’s 70 degrees on the farm, at 30,000 feet it is surely colder. Yet even in the heart of winter, we rarely see the kind of obfuscation of the sun by chemtrails.

Why do some planes leave effluent and others do not? We suspect something is added to the fuel to cause the chemtrails. We get that contrails exist and then dissipate, chemtrails take forever to dissolve. We are all working outside on the farm, making efforts to plant and feed the animals, just what are we breathing? What are they spraying?

In photos, here’s a nice day taken over by chemtrail crap.

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No UFO’s- only a few lens flares.

May 3, 2013.
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Good Lord, lots of chemtrails this Sunday morning. Photos.

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Airplanes don’t make chemtrails, just the letter x in mysky at sunset. Want to buy a vowel? The wheel of fortune is still turning…

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First day of October starts with chemtrails and contrails. Quite lovely shadows in the sky. Have a look, photos.

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