Thursday, May 21, 2009

We're Back! :)

Hey Folks! It's been sometime indeed. Thanks to Scott's visit and the high speed Internet install today; the farm has been given a kick in the pants into the 21st century.

The installers had some technical difficulties, but all in all they did a bang-up job and with mike's trip to the US to drop his brother back in Bangor, he also had time to pick us up a wireless router, so now the farm is connected and wire free :) I am in heaven again.

Sadly there is a cap on max downloads per day, but it's not a big deal, i will just have to scale down my web tv habits that i gained in fredie over the past 12 months. So i guess i should go into that.

I am back on the farm! Yay, I have a part semester left and then i will be graduating with a Honours Major in Computer Science and a Minor in Math (If all goes as planned). I will be commuting up to fredie to finish that up this fall, and as such i needed transportation, so i purchased a 2004 Ford Ranger from some friends of ours!

All in all i have been busy since being back on the farm, and i haven't really done much farming, i am more of the lunch chef and errand runner. As well as Chief Moral Officer (or Neelix, for the HC dorks out there).

Well now that we have high speed there really is no excuse for not blogging it up so i will try and get those farmers inspired to post a farm update. Many things have changed since i have been gone, but it is soooooo gooooood to be back.

Hope everyone out there is having a great time and now that we have finally upgraded, i look forward seeing most of you online or in person again soon.


The farms is now viewable (at least how it was in fall of 2007) on googlemaps here.


At 5/22/2009 12:13:00 a.m., Anonymous Lynn said...

Brad said, "As well as Chief Moral Officer . ."
Is someone having an ethical dilemma on the farm? To let vegetables go free range perhaps?

At 5/22/2009 12:21:00 a.m., Blogger Brad said...

Not really, it was just a title given to me in the first year to keep people super pumped, i've never had to proactvely do anything.


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