This weekend I have been working on fencing in the wooded area of our small "farm", so that the goats can have fresh grazing. I finally finished it up this morning, whew! Pounding posts and stringing fencing is not for the faint at heart! I took some pics this morning of the latest things happening around here.
He was introduced to my in-town grandchildren this weekend. Again, he was wonderful. My 4 year old grandaughter M pronounced that he was "Indescribably gentle"! Of course she is comparing him with Scout, who is a wild woman! No word about who is owners could be, I will give it another couple of weeks, then I will proceed with the neutering and he will be ours, and we can name him. Dear One likes Duke, and I don't. The in town grandchildren like Skippy, I don't. I like Hagrid, they don't! We are at an impasse! Good thing we have a couple of weeks to think about it!
Dear One is right, it looks so much better than the garden gone wild of years past!
It is lunch time for me, and then I will go upstairs to the fiber studio to re-thread a loom, and maybe do some wool combing. It will be much gentler on my body than pounding fence posts into the ground was!
Until next time, Happy Weaving, Tina