The Season’s First Snowfall

I was certainly not ready for it, but the snow did arrive.

Hilda and Hazel seem completely untroubled by the snow.  Of course, it helps that I gave them hay this evening.

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I’m glad I can hibernate tonight.


Of course, tomorrow, I need to work on getting ready for winter since it seems to have arrived early.

Sharing with Skywatch Friday and Saturday’s Critters.

Good Night

It was a very long day, and I’m tired.


I’ll be back with an explanation as to why I’m so worn out tomorrow (or maybe Saturday since I have the farmer’s market tomorrow night).

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The Rain Continues

The last few days have been rather rainy.  We got just over five inches yesterday.


That means the goats have been eating between showers, and they have spent most of their time in the barn.


Llenny is a good demonstration of how tall my pasture is getting.


This rain means that it’s not going to get made into hay this week like I had hoped.


I guess there’s always next week.

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