Two little changes at Rainshadow Farm

As I was looking through a few old files of photos I came across this. He’s grown up so much since then, in three years. That’s one change. He’s over six feet tall and very strong. And  handsome. Also, his hair grew twice as long and then he cut it all off. Well, almost all off. It’s quite short now.  Also, do notice the old park bench. It’s gone. I miss it. One night he heard a car, maybe a truck, stop outside in the front, doors open and then shut in rapid succession. The next day my old park bench was gone.  Until I get some fencing in the front like I have in the back, I can’t keep anything out there. Several very cool metal planters have been taken. Neighbors with no front fences have had tools taken. We had some firewood pinched. That’s way in the back now. The life rural, in So Cal I guess.

That’s more than two little changes.

Early Fall 2010.

Early Fall 2010.

About rainshadowfarm

I teach anthropology, am an archaeologist, a drylands agroecologist, community educator, and a single mother of eight grown kids. I currently own and operate an educational and research farm in the southern Mojave Desert, Rainshadow Farm. I'm 100% West Virginia hillbilly. Not necessarily in that order.
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