|Year 11||Issue Number 59||1999|
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Welcome to Issue #59
Windward and Y2K
Why so long between issues?
Heather writes about her surgery
The August Update
The October Update
End of the Year Update
This and That
A quick tour of what's happening at Windward
The Lambs in My Life
Fern's bottle babies
Oregon Flock and Fiber Fair
A friend's photos and commentary
Heather on Lambing
Always something more to learn
Introducing our new Jacob ewelamb
Heating with Wood
Gina talks about her adventures with a wood stove
12 vdc emergency light
Some step by step instructions on making a camping/emergency light
The New Entrance
Building a better way to get to Windward.
Installing four more septic tanks
Building a Warmerator
Converting an old refrigerator into a thermostaticly controller warmer
A Sign of Change to Come
The county undertakes a major rebuild of the road that leads up from the Klickitat river to Windward.
A Long Time Coming
The underground power line installation finally gets underway
The Old School Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day Weekends '99
The Grand Siege
October 8-11th, '99
Essays and Editorials:
A letter to David
reflections on Y2K - 25 Nov 99
the fine print
thoughts on the importance of realistic expectations
Current Bylaws of the Windward Foundation
Anyone who loves goats this much is a friend of ours
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