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Old 3 Weeks Ago   #796
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Your home looks like a peaceful oasis in the forest Tania. Happy to see that you had a successful garden there! And your puppy will be a giant
Wishing you continued stable health and much happiness
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Lovely place and lovely pup for the job, Tania!
I hope everything works out with the printers on time and business gets back to normal. So glad you had great tomatoes in spite of the new soil... it will only get better.
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Glad to hear your health has been stable and the move has continued to make progress. Your farm is in such a beautiful area, that view alone would do wonders to soothe the soul and health. I love those dogs, they make the best guard dogs, what a nice puppy! Sounds like lots of work still remains, but I hope that Stan can soon be with you full time, that will make things easier.
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What a gorgeous looking homestead! I'm surprised that the soil isn't rich. Best wishes in completing your move, and to your health.
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Tania,I loved the picture where you said the puppy was in training.Well,he was laying down and all the birdies were just looking at him.

Hopefully when he's bigger the birdies will run in the opposite direction.

Thanks so much for bringing us up on all that's happening in your life. But could you also update us on where and what your two sons are doing as well.

Thanks again,

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It looks like a beautiful spot Tania and the chickens and puppy all look happy. They will soon have that puppy trained .

Glad the tomatoes turned out well, despite the soil. No doubt the chicken waste will improve it no end.

Sounds as if you have lots of fun projects ahead!

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I love the photos of the puppy at work ! Good luck with all of your endeavors.
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Many happy & healthy days wish to you! The pictures are beautiful!

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I envy you your view :-), very nice, and congratulations
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Tania,I like pictures from your new farm. I'm glad you're doing well.
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It takes time .....It takes time.

Take it peaceful and easier ....and you are blessed to be far away from the Port Mann bridge area and other such "late blights " of civilization .
The Farm looks like great potential .

Just build it and "They (the orders) will come ".
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