He picked up this photo and said, "I'll take her back." :)
Brawn and Bliss looking over at the goats on the hill.
Emergency Flu Mask. that photo was emailed to me.
Today, Mike got a couple of gruyere cheese/sliced ham/turkey bacon sandwiches.
Then, I topped some broccoli with gruyere but if you want to see the real deal, go to Kathy's at Noble Pig for the Broccoli Gruyere Gratin
Last weekend's project was the dog fencing. This weekend, windbreaks on each end of the barn for the goats. I don't like making the barn dark inside so I (I'm the brains and the bliss, and Mike is the brawn) bought some rolls of thick plastic. Some might say our old barn is looking more like a greenhouse than a barn but I do like to take advantage of the sun. We've only lived here for a few months, we need to do several winterizing projects, and I'm always trying to stretch a dollar (I'm also the accountant).
I forgot that the goats sometimes pick at plastic, but so far so good, this is a little thicker than the usual stuff, hopefully they'll leave it alone.
Hinged doors also close so we can batton the hatches when the winter winds start howling up here in the NC Appalachians.
As you can see, Purkey is still with us. We've had two excellent weather weekends in a row. I also want to hang that thick plastic all around the poultry coop and we'd like to enlarge the coop to include the 26 guinea's but we'll see if we have the time, money, and good weather to get it done.