Tuesday, January 4, 2011
THE HOME FRONT
Another reasonable morning. L'orange thought it would be smart to balance on the board I use to cover the water trough.
By the time the ponies got out in the paddock for some hay, the sun broke through.
The ground was covered with a little powder and it got up to the mid 30s today.
Pretty comfortable for January.
Looking past the back doors of the run-in, you can see how little snow is out there.
Abbe...you can count on her to be waiting at the feed room door for some kind of treat. Anything would be fine with her.
Sidney was modeling for me again.
I had a little more of the turkey breast left (defrosted yesterday) so I made turkey salad. Celery, a little onion, and apple.
Piled on some cranberries (and another slice of bread) and had me one fine sandwich for lunch.
My class arrived at 2. There were 4 students today.
All were busy.
Good Morning Al! (Do you remember Al - our friend the bird carver)? Today Mel, who is working on the bird below, said that Al was reading my Journal after last weeks class and gave him some hot tips on his bird. That's what friends are for....right? So what do you think?
I tried to load up my pictures late afternoon so I could post this before I go out to play bridge tonight.
Just finished chores and will be leaving at 7. Won't have the energy to do this at 11.