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It’s Friday Again!

26 May

This is my last weekend before the start of summer break.  I am more than ready.



My beans got planted through the rye last Thursday (the 18th), but it’s been too busy to get it on the blog.



Estella’s got lift!

Lizzie is still a wild thing.

Mr. Peacock and Ms. Goose

My sweet Moxie


Ostara looks really good.


Hope you have a great weekend!

Prepping the Greenhouse

22 May

Before the Morton building can be put up , the greenhouse has to come down.  I am prepping for that. One of the first things I had to do was deal with Ms. Goose, who had just decided to start sitting on her nest of unfertilized eggs under the work bench in the greenhouse.

Ms. Goose on her nest

I just picked her up off the nest and plopped her down in with the chickens and peacock.  She’ll stay there until the building is safely demolished.

Mr. Peacock didn’t even notice her while he was dancing.

I had to put a fence up so that the demolition crew could get to it and the dog and livestock were still kept separate.

Hauling panels from the north shed

Of course, I had the dog in the house as I was removing the panel to the north and south of the greenhouse.

The north side of the greenhouse (taken from in the barnyard)

Odie might have noticed that it was open and spent some time exploring the yard and nibbling on scrub mulberry bushes.

Odie–no yard llamas!

It took a bit of doing, but I got it done!

I had to move the picnic table, which was no picnic.

This will be the new boundaries for a couple of months.

Exploring south of the greenhouse

They have the area that I eventually want to make into herb garden

I hope I have it secure enough.

Sky checking it out

We still have to move my dog house

I am really looking forward to getting started, but I’ll be even happier when it’s all done.

Left Overs for Friday

12 May

Bubbles looks good. It’s good that she is taking the year off.

Ms. Goose enjoys her pool

Flora enjoying pasture

Mr. Peacock dances. His foot is better some days; some days it’s not.

Hilda is improving

Maybeline in the shade of the barn. They need sheared.

Frodo scared me laying like that; then he just yelled at me. He is the loudest goat I’ve ever met.



Herbie turned 1 year old this week!

Happy weekend!