It was almost 40 degrees this morning. Berlin was still looking good and it made my day.
Got the stalls cleaned and we were done in no time.
Being a cow barn over 100 years old, our stalls were constructed 32 years ago according to where the supports were located. At one time, there were 9 stalls....now just 5. As our horses passed, I knocked down walls and kept enlarging the spaces. Now they all have suites!
This is Berlin's.
As you can see, Berlin is looking much better.
Angel was chilled this morning...she's still a Florida girl.
Class at 10:30.
Gucci got up on Sandy's chair waiting for a treat.
Afterward, Tina a Donna picked some apples.
It was another beautiful afternoon and at 4 I did the pasture switch.
Berlin had a good roll in the dirt.
We only have one English walnut tree left, and I am trying to gather as many nuts as possible to use this winter. In the past they have been delicious.
Dinner was yummy. A grilled boneless pork chop, acorn squash and coleslaw.
Gary went down to the village for a board meeting and I went out to do chores.
Tucked the girls in for the night and took a shot in the dark on the way back to the house.