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Enjoying Our New Farm In Sequim, Washington Jan 2014

GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!





2 Responses to “Enjoying Our New Farm In Sequim, Washington Jan 2014”

  1. Heather-Joan Carls

    Beautiful! No snow! A sight for sore eyes. Is your winter season shorter than ours? We just got another 8 inches…yeah, I am longing for Spring…it cannot soon enough ­čÖé
    How are you doing? Have you guys moved in yet?


    • Donkey Whisperer Farm

      We have had a very mild winter this year in Western Washngton State only one light day of snow. Weather has been in the 50’s this month I am so grateful with the screws in my pelvis the warmth helps. We are having record lows of rain too and I am enjoying this more sunshine. Our new farm gets’s 12″ of rain a year as we are in the blue hole of Sequim, WA. We look forward to moving to the new farm in spring and selling our current turn-key equestrian master garden, and man cave home as we have 6 garages here.



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