sebastopol geese

The backyard dinosaurs grow up

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All grown up It’s been a while since I posted pics of my backyard dinosaurs, Ethan and Gracie, my sebastopol geese. And since my most popular post is Building a pallet geese house, I figured it was time for an update. They’ve grown quite a bit over the last year. Gracie is the shy one […]

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How to build a pallet geese house: part 2

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I’m still not spinning with all wheels due to the untimely death of one of our beloved dogs this week. But I’m attempting to forge ahead. Today’s post rounds out the building of the goose house. It was an adventure but I’m glad it’s done. Roof House now in place (remember we had to move […]

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Building a pallet geese house: Part 1

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Look, Ma! No hands! A house of their own — ’cause ours is getting too small! As you may know by now, I have a couple of Sebastopol geese running around my backyard, Ethan and Gracie. Although they are tons of fun — they grow fast, so┬áneeded a house of their own. The old Tupperware […]

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New Babies and Lots of … Poop

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Self-sufficiency and sustainability We are starting our own garden and have adopted a few chicks of the Rhode Island Red and Araucana (they lay the colorful “Easter eggs”) variety. The left over veggie/fruit scraps container is in position in the kitchen with my new composter (courtesy of the hubby) positioned out back. I’m digging up […]

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