Friday, March 28, 2008
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
It even had two toliets.
We believe this is one of the runs - Keith found a tree with the lights - and we could see them going up the hill.
First blossoms of the season.
The other exciting event was when "suddenly" we heard a loud POP and then we had no phone service. A wide-load going up river with half a house, pulled out our phone line. That was on a Friday. It was fixed by Monday. It could have been worse - others lost phone & electricity.
Here's a view looking down. It will begin just past the rocks.....
can't you just imagine what it will look like?
Thursday, March 13, 2008
He also fixed up the horseshoe pit today. Racked and smoothed the dirt in the pits. His first throw was a ringer! This photo is before the fixing up, the piles of dirt you see are from moles or gophers!
We had neighbors over last Saturday for dinner. I was inspired by April to make my own humus. Started with the dried chickpeas, just like she told me. It is a lot of fun to make and very yummy.
I still need to work on the green house and milking room.....
That's the latest from WC Fields.
I don't think I will make more just like this, but I do use the water pitcher everyday as an incentive to get me to drink more water.
These shopping bags I knitted from cotton yarn string. I got the pattern from Simple Crochet by Erika Knight.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
"Hello Mr. Cat."
"Hello Mr. Mouse"
"You're very soft Mr. Cat. Can I get a little closer?"
"Sure come aboard My Little Morsel Friend!"
"Whoo-pi-ti-yi-yay, I go my own way, back in the saddle again!"
These two really seemed to get along,
sweet and benign,
we have never seen anything like it.
Let us know how you think this encounter ended.
They are still laying eggs.
The Rooster we hope will do justice to those eggs!
In the afternoons, I raise the blinds to see how they are doing; in the mornings I crawl through the wee door to feed and water the boys.