The rains stopped for a couple of hours and I got a few shots in. It rains every day here, we barely see any sunshine which really hinders getting any work done at the barn.
Contractor brother-inlaw has some work to do on the septic tank, and the tank is now floating in a large hole. Also, sometime he has to put a pole in the ground for electricity and cable hookups.
Electrician nephew has to run electricity to the pole.
Cable folks have to install and run cable to pole.
We have to get many loads of gravel hauled in.
We still have quite a bit of stuff back at the house to move over. We close on the house - May28th and I have jury duty that week.
Mike and another nephew have almost got a large pasture fenced in.
So - around still going to our jobs, and all the rain and mud, we're doing what we can and coping rather well. We really enjoy living in the RV at the campground.
On Sunday May24th, the High Country Farmers Market opens and we'll be selling eggs there. Last year we did the Watauga Farmers Market on Saturdays, but this year, we'll try this new one.
Do you see the back end of Clara? She is due on May15th and June is due around that time too. By the end of May, we'll also be adding in 4 more Nigerian Dwarf Dairy goats - red Caliente, red Cahoot, Boones, and Cubby - coming from other breeders.
Winter seems to be setting in for good
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