A very nice start to the day. Mildish. Karen slept in and I was on my own.
The girls did not
have their blankets on
as the sun warmed up the air quickly.
As promised, Doug arrived at 9am to fix the hydrant in the barn. He also stopped a leak in the one across from the paddock. Since he knows what he's doing, it hardly took half and hour and I am VERY grateful.
By now it was in the mid 50s and I decided to ride my trike into Brockport.
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When I got back to the farm I picked up all the tulip petals which had fallen onto the dining room table. They sure did not last long.
Posted my trike ride pictures, started heating some leftovers for dinner and went out to tuck the girls in.
It was not even 5 and it was pitch black.
Except for Berlin, they looked like a bunch of piggies.
The temperature went up to 61 degrees by late afternoon. Not bad for the day before December.
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