Moe here. Lookey, it snowed! Nooooo, that's just my hair that is shedding.
This little goat boy sure is baaah-d, challenging me to a head pushing contest.
See all the spots on my baaack that have shed hair, the new hair is clean and white=)
Baaaack to mom now.....
Deja vu, another 25 tons of mulch was delivered this week, for more garden work, and landscaping.
I suppose I have smocked my last dress for quite some time. Perhaps until there are grandchildren--eek!
Actually, this dress was made at the old house, but still needed buttons and a hem.
It disappeared in all the moving stuff, and has just now emerged, only to find out that it is too small for any of the girls. They are still wearing many jumper style smocked dresses, but are no longer a fan of the bishop.
I finished it and gave it to friends with 8 kids, surely it will fit one. I have no idea why the font changed.
And now it's back to normal????
DH removed some ugly fencing along the lake this week. One whole side of the lake had to be
weed eated, weed eaten? trimmed with a weed eater because of the steepness of the bank. Then poles and fencing were removed. All of our little friends live on the left. Currently, Toby (mini-donk), and Josie (calf too young to breed, but too big for friends pasture) live in the lake pasture.
We still needed to keep the 2 pastures separate, but wanted to get rid of the ugly fence, that was also falling over. DH ran some cattle panel, about where he is standing in the top picture, from the back fence into the lake. And did the same on the front side. Hopefully no one will decide to take the plunge and swim around the cattle panel to get to the other side. Now all of our little friends have their own pond, plus access to the lake. Doesn't it look much better?! This is part of the view from my kitchen window. One day it will have a pier. Can't you just see Moe lounging on the pier?