Pastures change right before your eyes!

I thought I would throw together a sequence of shots highlighting the phenomenal changes that our pasture areas have undergone.
To think we started with nothing but stumps and debris strewn all over the place from previous logging on the land and now we’ve got new life springing up in all directions.  As a nice cap I threw in the latest picture with the deer in the pasture…just substitute alpaca.
When you take a step back and watch this slideshow, it really gives you a feel for how, over a relatively short period of time that plateau has change dramatically.  If you’ve been to the property, you get a feel for just how large this area is that we’re looking at, but for those who follow along on the web, these "phase 1" pastures are close to 3.5 acres total.  They extend from the eastern side of the barn out to a ridge that has a road cut in it down to the lower pasture area (which is not cleared yet).
So, take a look at the "Pasture Sequence shots" in the photo album.   The pictures range almost a full year from September 2005 to August 2006.  Sit back and enjoy!

About David

Making manifest the change I want to see in the world through the hospitality of a humble little homestead campground with yurts and alpacas.
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2 Responses to Pastures change right before your eyes!

  1. Cannoli says:

    I just saw one of your comments on someone\’s blog, and it reminded me of hearing that my Grandfather was born here in the USA right after his parents came over directly from Italy… though I am not sure which part.
    Small world, ain\’t it?

  2. Barbara says:

    Hi, thanks for visiting my space.   Love it over here!   What an exciting project.   I\’ll keep an eye on how it is progressing.

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