This has been the longest winter I remember in a while, but it has been a busy and productive one. We moved my office from 74 Main Street to 330 New Limerick Road the last week in December, and occupied our new space here at Six Point Farm. The room dedicated for my office ended up also being our food processing room, and it is nowhere near big enough. Bob headed home when the cold weather started, but not before helping us to get the building weather tight with overhead doors, wiring, and a finished space with heat and plumbing for our office. I have had a busy winter with my engineering projects, and Megan has picked up the slack and accomplished an amazing amount of work over the last few months. In addition to learning how to run all the office software, she has:
So things are moving rapidly towards an incredible summer, and I can't wait to see how it all pans out. Bob says he plans to come back for another round of construction this year, so things will be busy. I feel like this dream is really taking shape, but I need to point out that if Six Point Farm succeeds, it will only be due to the help I've had from many friends and family members that have made it come true, including, but not limited to:
I'm sure there are more to add to the list, but you get the picture. This whole endeavor has been a joint effort in moving Six Point Farm from the status of Virtual Farm to that of Actual Farm. Things are looking up and moving fast! Spring is here!