Whew, I just don't have the time to devote to a full-time job away from home BUT we need the income so I keep pushing on, but my passion is on our hobby farm.
I, rather BarbaraJean, broke my camera. Getting out of my truck, she was greeting me and her big head got tangled in the strap - camera crashing into the gravel, the gravel won.
Yesterday, I went to WalMart and bought a real cheapo Kodak. For the first pics, I was at Buttermilk Acres last night as they were moving the goats. Photo's turned out OK and the light was low.
That's their neighbor Anthony who rode in the trailer down the road holding the goats in the panels, Sandy in the green shirt, and Don did the driving.
I'm also posting for Buttermilk Acres. Sandy and Don are on a big adventure. They bought 10 acres and now going to build a house. But first, they are preparing for all their animals to live there, erecting housing and fencing. When the barn burnt down at the rental farmhouse, Sandy's camera was inside.
Thursday July 7th, Mike was in a truck accident. Was pouring the rain in Mountain City, Tn (close to home thank goodness), Mike's truck hydroplaned across trafffic. The truck went over an embankment, landing in a creek, totaling the truck, Mike crawled out on the passenger side. One car couldn't avoid him, and the driver broke his arm. Could have been much, much worse. Mike has some painful ribs, he's still moving gingerly but improving.
Canning and building goes forward
2 days ago