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Friday, August 19, 2011

wwoofing it

Call it overkill. 51 photos. I could split them into multiple posts. Edit them down to a paltry sum. Add a ton of text. Instead I'll serve them raw and unadulterated like the goat milk we helped to procure during the few days we stayed on a farm that was kind enough to share itself with us.  
























































5 comments:

Amelia Plum said...
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Anonymous said...

You are a really crazy woman. Don't know you but maybe there was a point to that experience especially draining that animal looks like great fun for your kids.

Elise Abrams Miller said...

anonymous—grow some balls and reveal your identity. It's the least you can do, coming to my blog to bash me, you ignorant tool.

Mitch said...

Anonymous: The process of killing and skinning an animal for food has been going on for millennia. Anyone who eats meat needs to know at the very least where it comes from, if not how to get it herself. Far from being crazy, it is among the most basic activities of humankind and necessary for our survival. You are indeed an ignorant tool.

Elise Abrams Miller said...

Love your comment Mitch. The only thing I can think to add is thank you! oh also, come visit, let's chow down together!

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