Surrounded by trees north of Snohomish, WA, sits B.P. Farms. Overrun by chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys and goats...and ruled over by a little dog with a Napoleon complex.

Brian Baisch calls B.P. Farms home, and from atop the hill he watches over the menagerie while brainstorming ways to pay for all that he sees below him. It's here atop the hill that he also stores the biggest treasures...the things he makes and sells.

This is how the B.P. Farms Workshop was born, created with one reason and one reason only, to somehow support his animal hoarding tendencies.

Lavender grows in abundance, while yarn overflows many closets and bags stashed behind chairs. Down in the B.P. Farms Workshop you'll find a wood working area where the wood lathe sits, and that wonderful machine is what he uses to create rolling pins, antique pepper mills and bowls.

Whether he's sitting with a crochet hook in his hand, cutting fresh lavender or standing in front of the wood lathe crafting the newest rolling pin out of some exotic wood, he knows that this is where he is suppose to be. Surrounded by too many animals, the trees and a peek a boo view of Mt. Pilchuck.

 

Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. Below you'll find some pictures of life here on my farm...outside of the workshop!