Skip to content


Published

The issue of Farm and Ranch Living with us is out. Turned out differently than I expected, but it’s pretty cool to see us in print.

The triangle denotes is where Newark Valley really is. We are 10 miles from Owego and about 15 miles from the PA border. This area is known as the Southern Tier of NY, or the Twin Tier area of NY and PA. If you read the article, please note that Rock Day got its name from the distaff, or a part of a spinning wheel, which used to be called the Roc. There are no rocking chairs involved! Athough if you can manage rocking in a chair, driving your wheel and getting fiber out of it, you deserve a holiday!

I am sad that so many of Cindy’s pictures were not used. She had some excellent excellent shots.

It’s not too late to get a free issue – leave a comment if you are interested in receiving a copy directly from Reiman and I will submit your address to them.


Posted in FRL Diary Entry.

7 Responses

Stay in touch with the conversation, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on this post.

  1. Cheryl Sells said

    I would like to receive a copy of the magazine.

    I enjoy reading about your farm.

  2. Please include me for a free issue!

    :sigh: I knew you when!

  3. Mo said

    Says the tv star we call Cyndi! :)

  4. I would like to see the article if you please.

    BTW, check out http://www.plangarden.com- clever/useful

    Thank you, love reading/seeing what you are up to.

  5. vi said

    now you KNOW you have to send me a copy
    cause well
    you know
    hahaha
    vi

    who’s new baby kid is already in with the bad crowd

    sigh……….she’s just like her father

  6. Country Girl said

    I love reading the diaries in Farm and Ranch, and almost fell off my chair when I saw that I was reading about a farm in Newark Valley. I grew up in NV and still live in the area. Someday we’ll have a barn and some animals. Though after visiting your website, I now know why you go to bed at 8:00 … you must be EXHAUSTED for all the work you do!

    I will bookmark your site and visit it often. Your turkey and Hank comments crack me up!

  7. Pam C said

    I would like a free copy please. I love reading about your farm. Love your pictures too!

Some HTML is OK

(required)

(required, but never shared)

or, reply to this post via trackback.