Last summer, we were so excited to welcome our very first Bryarton-born farm animal. A single fuzzy chick was the adorable, yet pitiful part of our first attempt to raise our own “livestock.” As hobby farmers who both grew up in the country but had spent most of our adult life in the big city, Read more
Spring is one of our favorite times of year here at Bryarton Farm. Not only are the flowers blooming, but new life is springing up in the coop and the barn too! This spring tour of our farmyard is full of examples of how the Creator artfully breathes life back into the fields and paints our Read more
I know it’s not Christmas anymore. I also know that I promised a couple people I would talk about farmhouse style organizing, but I just had to share this instead. I hope these beautiful shots of our historic farmyard in the glittering snow make your day…
We kept it simple and classic this year at the farm. Fresh greenery with a touch of sparkle were my main staples, but my goal was to keep the focus on the reason for the season. Join us in our celebration of the birth of the Savior and enjoy this Christmas tour of Bryarton Read more
Believe it or not this unique little chair was a roadside find. Although one of it’s scrolling arms was broken and all the seat’s caning was gone I saw potential in this chair. Enough potential to pull over on the side of a busy road to dig it out of a large trash pile.
It has been a long time since I updated you on our little flock of chickens. A lot has happened since that hot summer day when a box of tiny fuzzy chicks arrived at Bryarton Farm. We love hearing our roosters crowing throughout the day and—believe it or not—Cami Grace has really grown to love the Read more