Journey of Country Living in Minnesota....

Real Estate Agent with Edina Realty



Because I live in the country
and it seems like I always have something to say about it
(both good and bad)
I thought that I would start a thread of my posts regarding my journey.

We have five acres just outside of Elk River and know the hardships and benefits of living in Sherburne County's very sandy soil. Gardening is a great joy
though difficulties arise often
(from deer to fox and probably a few we have yet to see).

If you'd like to follow my journey... I'd love to have you along the way.
Maybe, just maybe, you'll enjoy my journey so much that you will want to find a piece of country for your family.
And I'd be happy to help you find it!




Apple Blossoms... The Blessing of living off the land

My Chicken Named Houdini

Okay then, it's the way of the cows

Wordless Wednesday - Country Style

Country Living: There are juicy benefits

Mushrooms Anyone?

A Walk About



If you are thinking that you'd like to look more into the adventures of country living in Minnesota.... watch my blog... or...

In the meantime... if you are looking to move into the area... I'll wait for you to call!

Check out my Journey with my Chevy Traverse at Mom's Timeout TwinCities

Selling Real Estate in Minnesota!

If you are looking for professional real estate services I am only a ring away! I am looking forward to working with you. And, please feel free to share my name with anyone that you know who needs assistance buying or selling a home ~ I love referrals!

Lindsey Hasford, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Vision
231 Main Street - Elk River - MN 55330
763-241-5488 (office)  763-218-1347 (cell)

Twitter: elkriverhomes   Facebook: Lindsey Veek Hasford


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Elizabeth Baklaich
Virtual Assistant to Steve Baklaich RE/MAX Realty Source MN - Saint Cloud, MN

Hi Lindsey, Sherburne County is a fantastic place to live! Nice sunflower, how did you keep the deer from eating yours?

Sep 21, 2010 12:56 PM #1
Lindsey Hasford
Edina Realty - Elk River, MN
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Yes, it is Elizabeth. :) I am not sure on the sunflowers. The deer took a few, but they liked my beets better. And, they've done a number on my apple trees. Most of my sunflowers are in my big garden with a wire fence around it. Doesn't keep them out, but keeps them at bay. The others I have planted right next to our front door and they don't seem to like coming that close to out front door. :)

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