Today was a strange and sad day as we said good-bye/see you later to all of our friends on Spencer Farm and Alabama. This shouldn’t have been that difficult, however, when the time arrived, both Jason and I found ourselves at a loss for words. We worked hard 5 or more hours every week …

Monday May 11 – Day 57 at the Farm To start the week off we cut some limbs down at the studio and Tricia and the kids hauled the brush away with the tractor and dump trailer. Liam is getting really good at backing that tractor. Liam finished off his hat and, rightfully so, is …

Monday May the4th be with you – Day 50 at the Farm Ella heard something in the goat pasture this morning and turned out it was a small bunny in distress due to this rat snake. The bunny didn’t make it and neither did the snake. Put another notch on the garden hoe.

Monday April 27 – Day 43 at the Farm The first tomato in Leda’s garden. In April. It has been crazy watching things grow so fast here. We put these plants in the ground the week we arrived – about 40 days ago. Who knows, maybe we’ll be around to see a red tomato?

From the production that brought you Monterey Bay Aquarium, Music to Relax your Mind, comes, Spencer Farm, Parts 1 and 2! (This was so fun to produce!!!) HallackTube Productions has Partnered with WWOOF hosts Chip and Laura Spencer to create stunning footage of rural A.L. Featuring music by Mac and V.K Spencer, interviews with …

Monday April 20 – Day 36 at the Farm Today we did some rewiring of the shop to make some plugs more accessible and also added a light above the stove in the bunkhouse and a switch to turn it off and on. (if you think the switch always comes with adding a light – you …

Monday, April 13 – Day 29 at the Farm This week begins a Fulltime Families “Rally in Your Rig” event. We missed the morning kickoff but we did the afternoon scavenger hunt and farm themed it! Here is what was on the list and the collage photos under it is our finds on the …

Monday, April 6 – Day 22 at the Farm This morning we made tomato cages from concrete wire reinforcement. I wasn’t watching what I was doing and sliced my leg on the sharp wire. Needed a pretty big bandage – but at least I didn’t need to break out the suture kit. Mac loaned …

Monday March 30 – Day 15 at the Farm Today, if it weren’t for the virus, we would have said our goodbyes and left Spencer farm. We’d be on the road connecting the dots between Marion Junction, AL and Great Falls, MT to start our Fulltime Families caravan to Alaska. However, we’re here for …

Monday March 23, Day 8 at the Farm The adjacent property has a professionally managed fishing pond. Today we ended up with about 50 medium sized bass that were pulled from the pond. It was great repetition to learn and get better at cleaning and filleting!