Hundred Pines Farm

In November 2009, Nick lost his job in West Salem. After eight months of unemployment (though he was quite busy with the home renovations that had languished when he was working full-time), he was offered and accepted a job from a structural steel outfit in Maryland. In summer 2010, we sold our sweet little Hundred Pines Farm and moved to the eastern panhandle of West Virginia and settled in the city of Martinsburg.

Thank you for your interest in our farm-life and our attempts and successes with farm-life. For those of you who are wondering if the farming way-of-life is for you, I say, "give it a try." You will be changed forever by it, and will never regret the more peaceful lifestyle and earthiness that living close to the land will impart to you and your children.

God's blessings!

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Listing last updated on Jan 25, 2011

Thanks for many years of fine farm living!




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