Today is my first show back at the helm after the big move. The show was disrupted far more then in anticipated. As anyone knows moving is a tough thing to do, moving 350 miles with multiple animals in tow along with prepping supplies is even tougher.
This time we used a service from ABF to move the majority of our stuff for us, it was really the only way we could get things done. So from Thursday the 24th until Monday the 28th we didn’t actually possess the majority of our stuff.
Even on Monday when the truck showed up unloading took a day and a half and even now we are far from the organized state we left in. So today I want to talk a bit about how exposed you are during moving and what we might do different next time around, if the hell of having to move ever returns.
I also want to tell you about the new homestead. I have learned a lot about it in the past few days some things are really awesome to discover and others not so much. We are going to have some challenges with pond building due to rock formations that are not very deep below the soil, but the soil itself is great.
I’ll be laying out contour lines soon and having a discussion with Geoff Lawton about the challenges of what turns out to be ocean rock substructures. Tune in to hear more.
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PS – Due to the activity level in the house today, the pictures I mentioned in this episode will be coming tomorrow.