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Dot Dot and So So stayed with us all winter, but in the early spring they moved on to a new farm, in Northern Maine with more geese and less people.
Bennett and Sam both thoroughly enjoyed the high water levels of spring, putting their boat into Alewife Brook.
The kids enjoy early spring Smore's and Bennett welcomes his new flock of chicks including two goslings, names Dot Dot and So So!
Bennett continued to enjoy the use of Sam's tractor. Strawberry Fest was a blast. Sam once again caught a giant lobster on the boat with his dad.
Bennett and Jodie work all day long together, Sam and Emery plant potatoes, Bennett working in the barn and greenhouse, and deciding all the time he needs lobster for lunch! Bennett goes for his first boat ride, and Sam and Bennett "work" on their tractor to "fix it".
Perhaps the hardest worker on the farm, Sam does it all, puts the flag out, works in the tunnel, plants and washes the veggies. Bennett is right behind him every step of the way.
Sam caught a giant lobster, while on the boat with his dad.
Sam and Bennett every year, this was the best year for them.
2013 The New Help
Bennett Rideout joined the farm family and added new joy to the day to day tasks around the farm
They are all growing so fast and growing on Great Uncle Jodie
Farmer Sam opened up his own Farm Stand to compete with Great Uncle Jodie
The start of the multi -stepped process of expanding the farm for the next generation, new hoop house.
2012 came and went so fast we never got the website updated
Life in 2011
Life on the farm continues through all seasons, young Sam enjoys his "off season" with a little snow shoeing through the fields.
The chickens enjoy the same amount of quality time with the kids all winter long!!
The greenhouse is filling up fast.
Jodies's greenhouse helpers!
Lincoln restocks the wood pile in the Spring after a long cold Winter
New road signs are finally finished and hung, amazing painting done all in house by Casey Jordan
Onions growing in the new greenhouse! Just short of 10,000 onions planted this season
Great Uncle Jodie's Greenhouse Helpers
The Patricia Ann beached at Kettle Cove for a little Spring Cleaning
Everybody hard at work on Farm Clean Up Day
Preparing the fields to plant Peas, Carrots, Beetgreens, and Lettuce
2009 and Eariler
It's a family thing
Starting them Young
Taking care of the Chickens
Many veggies start in the greenhouse
New Additions to the Farm