Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Blog changes, Sleep in the hay!

I wanted to quickly explain the changes I made to my blog format a couple of weeks ago. Instead of sharing relevant articles that I come across as posts, I've started sharing them in the list to the right, via google reader, which, by the way, is a free service from google that I highly recommend. It's an excellent way to quickly digest and share lots of information. To view the entire list of articles that I've shared, click on "view all" at the bottom of the "articles of note" box.

My posts from now on will mainly include write-ups from my visits to farm stays. I'm writing up a few of these right now, so stay posted for stories and photos from Smithfield Farm in Berryville, VA, The Farm of Peace in Warfordsburg, PA, and Creek Crossing Farm in Lincoln, VA.

Also, check out the new website, and if you're a farmstay owner, sign up for a free, six month trial listing! Site creator Kari Brayman recognized the need for a website devoted solely to farmstays in the USA, and she aims to fill that gap.


  1. Michelle --

    Love your blog and what you are doing. We built two log cabins on our farm and ranch in Fredericksburg, Texas (in the Hill Country near Austin and San Antonio) a year ago and have never looked back. Beverly and Tom Carnes, Agarita Creek Farms, We are also on Facebook. So, when are you coming out?

  2. Thanks Tom and Gerry! Tom - your farm looks beautiful. Wish I could come visit, but Texas is a bit far. Right now, all of my farm visits are on east coast farms. But maybe someday I'll make it to Texas...

  3. This is a great place and all the place is enriched with beautiful sceneries and wonderful locations as well.