Category Archives: Portland

The Last Homestead: Epilogue

Epilogue  “Standing on the bare ground, — my head bathed by the blithe air, and uplifted into infinite spaces, — all mean egotism vanishes. I become a transparent eye-ball; I am nothing; I see all; the currents of the Universal … Continue reading

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The Last Homestead: Sept 18

Sun, September 18, 2016  11:34 AM, Late Morning, and Hello, It’s been showering all morning, without warning, so I don’t want to spend too much time out in the open. I’m not made of sugar, but rain is rain. Wet. … Continue reading

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The Last Homestead: Sept 17

Sat September 17, 2016, at 7:25 AM Good morning, Ducks, I daresay when you see the opening time, you are impressed. Actually, it’s even more impressive than that. I have been up since 5:30, speaking with cows and people and … Continue reading

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The Last Homestead: Sept. 16

Friday, Sept 16, 2016, 11:15 AM. I have had a busy morning thus far but am thinking of wending my way around the corner to nap. I would do it in an instant if it were warm in the bedroom. … Continue reading

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The Last Homestead: Sept. 15

Thurs, September 15, 2016 It’s another bright morning on the Triple H Homestead Ranch, which this morning feels a bit tired. Or maybe I am – tired, that is. It’s probably because it’s quiet. Usually along with all the animals, … Continue reading

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The Last Homestead: Sept. 14

Mona and piglets. The piglets are learning to eat grain And now it’s 7:30 AM, on Wednesday, Sept 14. 36 degrees, but, without the wind, it doesn’t feel as cold as yesterday. Or perhaps my physical systems have given up … Continue reading

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The Last Homestead: Sept. 13

Tuesday, September 13, 2017, late afternoon, from inside the bunk house Good evening, my dear. It’s about 5 PM.  No early notes today – I was either working or taking a nap. No pig admiration this morning either, which I … Continue reading

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