It’s August!


Can you believe it? August already and the end of August at that!

Yellow Dog Farm has been out and about this summer and has more plans for the fall. We have many of our products at our gallery: Grand Isle Art Works on rte 2 in Grand Isle. And we are planning on a few shows, too. Please visit us at:

September 17-18, Finger Lakes Fiber Arts Festival in Hemlock, NY

October 1-2, Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival in Tunbridge, VT

October 7 – 9, Stowe Foliage Arts Festival, Stowe, VT

November 18-20, Craft Vermont, Fine Art and Craft Show, Burlington, VT

We look forward to seeing you!
Ellen, Jim, Zeke, and Elvis!

PS – These are our newest critters! Telemark, Dorito, M&M, and Dazzle

Spring in Vermont…rain, again

Darn. It is true. Rain. Again. All week.

It is has been a crazy spring. Lake Champlain is still over 102 feet and with this new rain, it will probably rise higher! We just barely saw the water level go down to allow for a dry run across the Sand Bar Causeway.

Even so, we have the return of so many wonderful birds – the skies are in constant movement and the songs are the best ever. Last night, Jim and I sat on our deck watching the goats and a tiny humming bird – who decided to take a rest on a tree near us. What fun – you hardly ever get to see them still. I miss having the herons fly over the house throughout the day. I get that their new nesting area is closer to their food source, but I miss their majestic flights. Felt like a right of passage for the spring when their babes are little. Our little barn has its share of barn swallows, starlings (too many) and morning doves. We have been listening to a catbird try to trick us with his songs – could be a mocking bird – we are just not sure. And those snipes have been so very active – I hope he finds a mate soon!

The grass is green and getting greener with the rain.

And we have new critters…M&M, Dorito, Dazzle and Telemark. Zeke and Elvis are the reigning yellow dogs of the farm.

Happy Spring!

Welcome to Yellow Dog Farm!

Welcome!

We are developing a new website presence for the farm. It seems that when our son, Christopher (web guru) moved to South Carolina a few years back, our website update process went into a tail spin…or a no spin.  So, it is time for us to come into the 21st Century and learn how to do it ourselves.

BEAR WITH US!  WE ARE STILL LEARNING THIS STUFF!

We do miss you, Christopher!

Ellen (mom) and Jim