Here is my new living room rug and curtain purchase. The old ones were very old and it just hit me one day that I didn't care for them.
Elijah and Selah spend their days playing basketball and football. This old weedy patio provides hours of entertainment!
Here is Shaun, who works on the garage construction most Saturdays, building stall fences with James. This will make juggling animals in and out of the barn so much easier! James is currently painting the goat fence.
Hopefully this will be the last of the old white truck that doesn't run, we donated it to a man that repairs vehicles and donates them to worthy causes.
The Blue Tractor is in need of a very expensive repair and will not be running until we send (and pay) the tractor specialist. It's sad!
Since our log splitter was a tractor mounted item, we had to purchase a gas powered one instead. This messy pile will all burn in the wood stove this winter.
If you can see those sticks along the driveway; they are crepe myrtles that I planted. I put in 13 along this stretch of the driveway and near the chicken coop.
Here are some happy weeds and happy girls.
Our chicken and guinea population really grew this year in spite of me planning on it not growing.
The wood pile in the barn decreased a bit for fence building.
Of course there is Chewy; he doesn't like to miss any action. I have been letting him out of the fence when I'm outside to eat the wandering weeds. He does fine but likes to block cars that try to come down the driveway; he's a good guard donkey.
Here is the "pasture" we cleared four years ago; it's looking far more like the forest again.
Tori did tell me that Bella accompanied everywhere as she took pictures.
Amazing how many summer flowers are still growing; it's getting cold at night so they don't have long left.
Fall flowers -
Have a happy Wednesday - our new Wednesday schedule is piano lessons and Costco in "town".