It was so gorgeous today I even passed on drumming....
The blankets were not on the girls for long this morning. The sun was bright and there was no wind.
A good opportunity for some grooming (which we did in the paddock).
Moon had a short workout in the indoor. She is such a smart little cookie.
Gary had put the pups in the back yard, where they (and Seymour) waited for me to finish up.
When I got back in the house, there was an email waiting for me from the other Lorie regarding hay. There has been a shortage around here and it has tripled in price. A nearby farmer had 500 bales of first cutting available at $6 per bale. Lately it has been as high as $8...normally around $3.50. Anyone who did not buy a years worth during the summer months has lost out.
Anyway, we decided to go see it and thought it was very nice. Lorie called a friend to borrow a truck...
and within a short time it was stacked up in the loft. What a find.
The fields and pastures are in pretty good shape, but we are supposed to get some rain tomorrow.
That should get the grass growing.
While I was out back I picked the pasture.
Didn't do evening chores until 6:30.
It was 50 degrees inside the barn. Sweet.
There must have been a lot of rolling going on this afternoon....piggies again.
(I think Sharon Creech would say that).
Regarding the Florida Delegation...they are livin' the life down there.
What a change of scenery from Brockport!
Keep those pictures coming.....