I’m counting the days until summer break because I’m way too busy. It won’t be long until we have kids again! I has a woman who works for Iowa State University Extension with agritourism coming to tour the farm my second day of summer break. I warned her a got might go into labor, but she didn’t seem to think that sounded like a bad thing.
That and it’s getting warm. I teach on the second floor of a non-air conditioned building. In the soap room, this bad boy is getting installed tomorrow. My dad is coming to help me because I was too non-mechanical/handy to even figure out how to get the screen out of the window. Thank goodness for my dad! I’m going to be open this Saturday, and the temperatures are supposed to be near 80*F (26.6*C).
I decided to go for a walk out in the pasture when I got home. Unfortunately, the goats saw me and came on the run.
I told Lily that old goats should not run when they are not used to it and the warmer weather.
Kizzy was towards the end of the herd, so she didn’t make it all the way back in. She did seem to be resting beneath a tree.
I don’t think it’s going to give her much shade.
Finally, I found Llenny. That’s who I was coming out to take a picture of. See how much his wool has grown. I still haven’t heard back from the guy who sheared him last year, so I’m trying to find someone else to do it.
Poor guy is going to be getting hot.
I do hope you’ll come back and join me for Friday’s Hunt tomorrow. I have the items for this week posted at the top of my sidebar.