Still up here on the farm

Still busy as ever up here on the farm. We’re done the major work with the seeding program so that’s good to be finished, now it’s time to spray the seedlings for insects and weeds. For me, my days start at 9 am and don’t finish until 8 pm or so. “Wow, late start!” you might say if you have experience with farm work. Yes, but if you’re starting any earlier it’s because you probably already have a list of things to do. I don’t get mine until the boss has a look around to see what needs to be done.

In case you’re wondering if I’ll be going overseas again, nothing is planned at the moment but I do have a few ideas in mind. It might be China again or it may be somewhere else.

I haven’t had the chance to update my Instagram feed in a bit mainly because of the internet connections out here but also because we’ve been pretty busy. I have posted a few videos on Facebook that I hope have helped to explain a little about what we’re doing over here. I hope to post those YouTube soon.

Other than that, it looks like Canada is home for a bit before things in Beijing get sorted out. Never thought I’d work the seeding program here in Canada but here I am. Who knows what will happen six months from now. And for those of you who wonder how I can’t settle down, let’s just say, China was very much a settling down for me and I didn’t want to budge, but circumstances changed. All of this I’ll have to explain a little bit later.


One of the newer things I learned here on the farm was how to fly a drone. My Uncle purchased a couple of drones (one crashed pretty badly) and so I’ve been trying my hand at that. I’ll be posting some of that footage soon. In case you’re wondering, it’s a Yuneec Q500 4K quadcopter. It’s taken a bit to learn how to fly but I’ve only crashed once.

That’s all for now. I haven’t been able to update very often because we’ve been busy but once I’m done here I hope to put up a slew of posts that I’ve been working on for a while.

Hope all is well wherever you are.