Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Goat Milk Soap On The Curing Rack

Today was a day away from the shop and office that included running chores.

I did get new bars of soap on the curing rack after lunch. I always like to see the curing area fill back up. I am happy so far with the chunkier bars!

Storms are going to roll in. The wind was strong enough earlier that Bob had to turn the truck sideways so I could get the cab door shut.

Took a photo a short bit ago of the slowly darkening skies.


Anonymous said...

The storms came with heavy rain and thunder this evening while doing the evening chores!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

We've got the same storms hitting here tonight with the wind and heavy rain.

Gioia Made Soap said...

Well then you simply have to make the lovely soaps, what else can you do? Leave the...chores !

KathyB. said...

I just love gazing at your header and then your picture of curing are very productive. Your shop must smell simply divine!

How long do you usually cure your soaps before packaging ?

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...


We had quite the wind last night. Knocked over a huge 50 foot blue spruce (that the goats killed several years back). The root ball is as big as a pick up truck. I'll let them clean that up for a few days. They will have a ball.

Kathy, I cure for at least 4 weeks.

Thank you!