Mustafa wanted Barb and I to step up the pace this morning. He must have been hungry.
Generally, he finishes his grain first and goes out to the front paddock. In the meantime, Abbe and Berlin won't leave their stalls because Masterpiece is still eating and they want any leftovers.
By 9am, the Salamone sisters were at the farm weeding gardens. Yeyyyyyyyyy!
and the ponies were out in the big pasture.
Gorgeous and not too hot.
I decided to mow the last pasture and was finished a little after 10. It looked like a golf course.
This is where I put the ponies even if it's raining...and as you can see, they just don't punch it up.
The wild yellow roses have finally started to kick in....
It must be the time for yellow.
Progress was being made in the gardens.
This afternoon Jean S. stopped over to show me her cards and ended up helping me fold and bag a big order that I had for the SUNY Brockport Campus School Reunion being held in July.
I had an order for 350 of these.
This relief is one of several on the walls outside of the building...
Next, it was chore time.
Took a couple more shots of blossoms on the way back to the house.
For some reason, our 18 year old Bermuda felt like wandering around the lawn for a change.
He is really showing his age, but still has some spirit left in his little body.
Eventually he jumped up on the fence post, but it took some effort to pull himself up....sweet boy.
Then there's L'orange....the longest cat in captivity.
Seymour was posing for me....wanted to be the header shot.
Sidney must have been hiding.
The girls did a great job with the "Father Foozi" garden...Gar even got some mulch for it (took 8 bags!)
Another spinach salad and some homemade pizza topped with camelized onions and cheese.
Delish. Now I am so tired I need a nap. Food does that to me.