As I sit typing this first post at 10:35pm the coyotes have started singing outside. They are far enough I don't have to worry about our animals tonight, but its taken a long time for their howling not to keep me up at night.
Mitch and I moved to the farm 3 years ago from Portland, OR. We came here so that he could join the family grass seed farm and allow his parents a little breathing room. We live on the Century Farm, in the grand old farm house. So much has changed about our lives, and all for the better since our move. There is quiet here, stars, critters, grass fields, community... oh and lots of work!
I hope to not only share with you my fiber journey with the mill and fiber farm, but also a bit about the farm that currently allows us to eat (the grass seed farm that is) and our adventures out in the country. I lived most of my life in the city but the moment we arrived in Halsey, I felt home. Please bear with me with this blogging thing and I hope you enjoy our journey!...
I am Kim Biegler, the owner and operator of Ewethful Fiber Farm & Mill. I create hand spinning fibers from locally sourced wool and teach others online how to hand spin their own yarn.