Fawn Spring 2018

Hobby Farm Life in Wisconsin – Spring 2018

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My Opportunity in Pictures/Video – Spring 2018 Update – Hobby Farm Life in Wisconsin

It’s been a long winter with the last snowfall ending in late April. But that’s hobby farm life in Wisconsin. Things are now greening up and I am looking forward to a great summer on the hobby farm. Below are two short videos and one picture.

The first video is of my cousin practicing with his new toy – a drone. The video was taken after the last snowfall. As you can see the hobby farm is located in a valley. I live in an area of Wisconsin called the driftless region. An area the glaciers never touched, so we are blessed with rolling hills and bluffs.

The second is a classic sign of Spring in Wisconsin – twin fawns. Deer fawn are often born close to the hobby farm. Their mother knows it’s less likely to attract coyotes.

The final picture is of the valley after a recent rainfall. 









Hobby Farm Life in Wisconsin - Spring 2018

The valley in the evening before sunset. After a hot spring day and a heavy rainfall.


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Kevin is the owner of FTP and the author of the personal finance book series Filling The Pig. He uses his past successes and failures with debt, saving cash, investing and running home-based businesses to educate others about successful money managment and Creating a Lifestyle of Opportunities.

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