Here's the white-haired Grandma trying to enjoy her morning tea with Elijah's help.
Elijah and I made an early morning trip to the garden to pick a few things. I can't get over the cantaloupe - they have totally taken over the 20 foot long bed, but that's OK since my blueberry bushes have died and my kiwi have never grown!
I think we are just days away from having our first ones ready to pick.
Elijah likes his mud-boots now. It cracks me up how you can't see any of his legs between his shorts and boots.
Lastly, we got eight more Rhode Island Red hens the other day from a local family. (We also took their two roosters that they assured me are nice - so far, so good.) We moved our afro and silkie babies in with our big chickens, they are all getting along fine after living side by side for so long and put the new chickens in the far side alone.
First, we clipped their wings, however, so they wouldn't fly out and become fox food.