This is what my feed room looks like. When I open the door to the barn, the first thing I do is let the kitties out of their carrier...then I pick the run in while King Mustafa wanders out to the front paddock. Next, I set up the feed. They all get something different.
Seymour AND Sidney were getting pretty brave today
At one point I could not find Sid and he finally came out of the run in that is in the other barn. He felt safe underneath the wheel barrow.
Seymour, on the other hand, kept returning to the feed room.
I turned the horses out on the freshly mown back pasture and went back to the house.
All four critters wanted to go out in the back yard.
Sid is the tiniest kitten I have ever met. When is he going to start growing?
Needed a few things at Wegmans...The gardens there are still in bloom.
Gary spent most of the day in the Studio Barn. He finished putting molding around the top of the walls and started priming the wood trim. By tomorrow the drywall compound will be dry and he can start priming the walls.
This is going to be some sweet place when it is finally finished.
Sid figured out how to get up to the window sill...
and stayed there for quite awhile.
A little after 4 it started to pour...thunder, lightning and the whole drill. All the horses (even Pony) were under the shed roof.
I went out to do chores around 5 and they have been in ever since.
Had a 7pm meeting in Spencerport for the World Canal Conference being held in Rochester.
Brockport and Spencerport will be on the tours one of the days, and we were trying to finalize our plans.
Seeing that I was not too far from Glen Darach Farm, I drove out and dropped off Andrea's 5 books. By then the rain had stopped and the sun was setting.
So much for today...I'm going out to check on the horses.