Cedar caught eating freshly mowed grass, its mostly clover, so it was probably yummy!
We finanly put up our "hoop house"! We made it out of some 16' cattle panels and some free greenhouse plastic I picked up at one of the local garden centers.
Back side, letting air flow through. Its about 80 today.
Brocolli and cabbage freshly mulched with grass clippings. My favorite choice of mulch!
Red lettuce here as well, it was mulched last week.
Some of the onions and the garlic growing strong. We are about to put in a lot more, this is getting a lot more fun as we get more in the ground!
Not time for bed yet, we still have soap to make!
Tommorrow lawns start back up, it looks like we'll have about 8-9 to do! Spring is
here and it is quickly welcoming in summer! We love this time of the year.
Perfect for a fire at the end of the day! Life is good!
Our 15 turkey chicks arrived today as well, and we are supposed to get the 100 chicks Thurs. or Fri., AND we found out that our cat had kittens! I happen to be in the barn loft when I saw her
sneak through and under some hay bales, so I followed her and found that she had made a den under all the bales. Very clever and safe from the dogs. The twin baby goats are doing great,
however we lost the little boy. Having animals can be fun but there are also the not
so fun times. We did find a good home for the
goats, so we are happy for that!