All of this plus Hazel – no big deal, right? I had to take a very long walk with all of them just so they could calm themselves down! We’re all resting now and then we’ll walk again – Molly doesn’t have the opportunity to run free in town so she has lots of pent up energy waiting to be burned off. I’m somewhat concerned about Blanche who pants after every walk – longer than I think is healthy.
Yesterday was a college football day and with Iowa barely beating Penn State, it was an exciting day – not to mention Oklahoma and Texas! Great football!
The field across the road has been transformed!
The last pass….
You have no idea how much I love to watch this!
This field will be coming up.
For two days now a series of trucks, tractors and honey wagons hauling manure have been traveling on our road, driving as fast as is humanly possible on the gravel road. The smell is indescribable. It’s a fact of life for Iowa pork producers but I’ll be so glad when they’re finished. They drove all night long!
Here are the reader quilts:
The chicks have found their way outside and also to the feed room.
Don’t think you can probably tell from this picture but the wind blew about 45 mph yesterday! Awful!
Today is much cooler and calmer but no less stinky – they’re hard at it!
I think I’ll go sit on the other side of the house this afternoon.