Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Pasture Happenings (Weekly Dose)



Today was the first day I have had a chance to get out and take pictures. Delaney had me spoiled by taking them for me. She would love to be out there taking pictures, but since her injury she has not been allowed to go out in the pasture. We did get good news today at the doctors, her collar bone is healing on its own which means no surgery! We are very happy about that!! So hopefully if all goes well she will be back to her ole' self in about 7-8 weeks.

It has been warm and rainy all week.  They are talking about a possible frost as the temperatures drop this weekend. I am assuming it is some sort of joke since it is the end of MAY!

At this time of year, grass if plentiful, lambs are growing and being a shepherdess is easy breezy!


As you can see in this picture we do have some fence rows to clean up. Mike has most of it done but this area was too wet this Spring.
My mini mowers!

Stormy Day




 
Sophie, the sweetest kid on the farm!

 



Did I mention that I finally got some new boots?  I have been looking for some Muck Boots but had sticker shock when I started shopping for a pair. I got lucky and found these about 30 percent off at the local farm store. They have kept my feet nice and dry this Spring.

 
 
I hope everyone is enjoying their Spring!


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10 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos, nice views:) Greetings

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  2. I just love lambies. And your boots are so cute. :)

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    1. Thanks Nancy! We enjoy the lambs while we can, they grow so fast!

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  3. Love those boots! Mucks?
    Those lambs already have beautiful fleece!
    I love spring!

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    1. Yes, Mucks, on sale :)
      Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. How wonderful that she doesn't need surgery!

    I love your pasture happenings :-)

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  5. Glad to read no surgery is required! But it must be hard to stay still that long! Spring is so pretty in your parts! Frost possible around here too! Lets hope not!

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