It rained last night, but it sure shaped up this morning.
It was mild when I went out to the barn, so off with the blankets.
In fact, we got into the 60s.
Sara, from Punkin's Patch, asked how we made out with the freezing temperatures the night before last. We covered up a couple of our fragile, young plants and they made it. The daffodils took a little beating. Some of them were flat out on the ground so I picked them.
Dropped my car off for an inspection and oil change on the way down to chorus.
A fine rehearsal! We are really catching on.
On the way home we stopped to pick up my car....BAD NEWS! I needed new front brakes and some other expensive part....to the tune of $666. That sure did not make my day.
When we got back to the farm, I tested out the camera on my cell phone and took
some photos of the girls.
Caught a shot of the rhubarb for Annette so she can see how far behind we are compared to what's happening in California.
What a beautiful afternoon!!!!
Back to get my car at 3. I like this old depot next to where I got it repaired....
Gary met Finn and Coop at the bus. At 5:30 we took them up to the Golden Eagle for dinner.
Gary challenged Finn and Coop into tasting a pepperochini and they actually tried it!
Chores when I got home. The temperature had dropped and there was a little spitting rain.
Tucked them in....
Time for PJs and a cuppa tea.