For one thing, it's been cold. We had frost here this morning; good thing I haven't planted much yet!
If you read the post from yesterday, you know that Chicky and Bluebell have gone to a new home. Today, a really nice dad and daughter drove quite a long way and took home Lily and Orchid.
We decided some time ago that our horses would be better off somewhere else. We've offered them for sale a couple of times, and today, they also left for a new home. This was much more difficult then waving good-by to eight week old goats as they have been part of our family for many years.
Out in the garden is the sad sight of my clematis dead and brown. I have given it decent time to come up, and it just isn't going to. It's just a plant I know, but a special one as I got it from a relative and amazing gardener who is gone, and I have never seen another like it. Just when I had made up my mind to clear away the dried up remains, look what I found.
|A sparrows nest! It's only about 2" across. It is lined with horsehair. I think I will be keeping it when the birds are done with it.|
|Yeah! We have pigs again!|
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