Sunday, March 27, 2016

It Was A Hard Days Night....(12am Saturday)

Speaking of night....did you see the moon before you went to bed last night?
 I sure appreciated seeing the sun this morning....
 although it was a pretty crispy start to the day.

 Company tonight, so after chores I started preparing for a German dinner.
Sweet and sour red cabbage was on deck first.


 Last, fried apples and onions.

 Then, I parboiled the knockwurst and smoked bratwurst so Gary could throw it on the grill for a few minutes.
 Evening chores had to be done a little early.
 All the girls were loaded with mud.

 Two of my favorite photos from today....
 looking through Berlin's stall.
 Mary and Adam arrived at 6 and dinner was served.

 So nice to finally get them here for dinner!

At 8 we headed down to the C & S Saloon for some music.
 Miles, Jack, Fred and Scott put together an opening band before the 9 pm performance by 
Master Theives.  They were great and had only known about this gig for a couple of weeks.
The place was packed with Brockport HS graduates....many were my students.

A very familiar group.
 It was a real pleasure to watch Scott perform.

Something different.  We had a great time.
Night all.

Another gorgeous moon tonight.


  1. Mine were mudballs yesterday as well - but it means spring is on the way!

  2. Looks like a fun night! The food looks delicious, reminded me of the things my German Grandma used to make.

  3. Mine were so muddy that I had to wash their feet off with a hose and then put them in the round pen so the sand could dry them out before our farrier came.
    What an incredible meal you made, I was ready to try and grab a dish through the monitor.
    Oh to answer your question? I have too many animals. But thankfully the old ones can stay until the end of their lives and we can eat our cattle.

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    (¸.•´ (¸.•` ¤ Happy Easter!! I hope your day has been enjoyable from start to finish!


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