So much has happened over the past week. All of it equals progress on so many levels. I only have a few minutes to write though. I need to get out and milk, get the sheep down back, haul water for them
Everything is good … just very, very busy. Will catch up later. Lots to report, lots of good stuff going on.
The wind, I hate the wind. The pollen count is through the roof and the wind blows it all over the place and makes me sick as a dog. I don’t know which is worst, antihistamines or sneezing your brains out. Agh!
I don’t know if you all have been watching this season’s American Idol. I got hooked on Idol about three years ago now. At first, I wasn’t terribly enthralled with the performers, but now, damn, Adam Lambert is freaking amazing!!!!! Unless his
It appears that the experiment with the incubator was a failure. The chicken eggs should have hatched by now. I’m going to give it a few more days for the duck eggs, but I’m afraid they won’t hatch either. Bummer! Raising chicks
I’ll be spending a good part of the day in my garden. Must get it planted on time this year I traded some cheese for some nice heirloom tomato seedlings. They are still a bit too small to put in the garden,
A few days ago while I was milking Ted (the cat) came in and started messing around with the goats. Ted is a shit head through and through. He has no fear of the hoofed animals. He gets up on top of
Wally and I decided to lay low last night and take it easy. We were both pretty sore from the work we did on Sunday. There was a mini-series playing on Sci-Fi that was re-airing from 7 to 9 last night that
As you may know, Dawn delivered a buck kid almost two weeks ago. She’s never been a good milker and I think I knew that when I went to look at her, but the price was right and I went ahead and
Wally and I spent most of the day catching sheep and lambs, tagging the lambs, trimming hooves, worming those who needed it, banding the ram lambs we were going to hold on to until next year and recording all that we did.