Monthly Archives: January 2016


Looks like we are on the way to making improvements at the farm, so we can live out there full time. This will give us a chance to really get the farm off the ground. If we are there full time, we can keep a closer eye on what is happening. We will also be able to save money each month, money that we currently spend on a second place to live, electricity, water, etc., etc., etc.

We have completed the first step on the long road to construct our home there. For starters, we turned this:
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Into this:

No worry, though. During the process of filling in the “old” pond, we have started on a journey with a “new” pond:

The “old” pond was about 19 meters long, by 9 meters wide. The “new” pond, so far, is 12 meters long, by 10 meters wide. Its size will be increased as we need more fill dirt for other areas of the farm.

Paul & Chan



I am an American, currently residing in Cambodia. I have lived here for three and a half years. But, I am far from being new to Southeast Asia. Previously, I resided in Thailand for a short while, and in the Philippines for more than eleven years.

I moved to Cambodia on May 22nd, 2012, from Thailand. About six months later, I met a woman who was going to become a very special and major part of my life, Chan.

Throughout my life, and since I was a very young man, I have wanted to raise chickens. I am finally there – well, starting on this adventure with Chan. I have, and continue to do extensive research online and off, in order to learn everything I can about these fine feathered friends.

In the upcoming months, we can share with you what we are doing, to expand our little chicken farm. We want to share what we learn along the way, that may help make your chicken adventure a bit better, too.

Stay tuned.

Paul & Chan