We woke up to fog and milder temperatures.
Cleaned stalls, threw down some hay from the loft and swept out the aisle. Karen made me new mittens and my hands felt great. There are two layers...perfect.
This is Berlin's stall, Maggie's is in the back. Remember, this barn is over 100 years old and not real fancy.
Abbe has a very big stall too. As I have lost horses, walls have been knocked down and they all have "studios."
So nice to catch a break.
After coffee at Java, Gary came home with the bread maker. (Thank you Sally)
I made my debut with a simple loaf. The taste test will be coming up later.
Could this be a sign of spring?
Jack R. stopped in for some tea and company, so we chatted for awhile.
Out to do chores a little after 5. We hit at least 30 degrees today and the temperature is now dropping. We should wake up to snow squalls and a windchill of -25 or worse.
At least for now, the temperature in the barn is holding at 25.
I'm sure the girls will appreciate it.
Dinner. Finished up the sloppy joes and coleslaw...added some roasted potatoes. Nuthin' fancy.
Let's see what tomorrow brings. I'm supposed to be in Rochester by 11am.