This weekend we had perfect weather for working outdoors, so we decided to tackle the garden bed mess.
First we moved a raised bed to another spot, in order to make parking the tractor easier. Then Devin lifted all of the half barrel planters and dumped them into the raised bed. There was nice planting soil in the barrels and I am through with any large gardening. I will only be using my 3 raised beds and a few pots on my porch.
With the barrels gone and the beds cleaned up, it looks much nicer now. I may or may not plant many vegetables this year. Honestly I feel like I am at full capacity, as far as what I can do. I might plant some annual flowers and just patron a local farmer for vegetables.
I also finished class 3 of 4 of my Kid Embroidery Class. Rose did a fantastic job and will be hanging her embroidery art up on a wall...as soon as I can locate the picture nails.
This class was an embroidery of their handprint, a gift for Mother's Day.
When you get a call from a farmer friend wanting to sell a most beautiful and healthy heifer calf, you just say , "YES!"
We loaded her up into the back of our favorite
She is the same age as our baby steer and she is happily out grazing the pasture with all of the other cows.
Saturday we burned her horns, a chore we always dread. It must be done however! Horns can be dangerous to not only other cows, but to any person who is milking and caring for the cows.
They named her Chance.
Welcome to the farm Chance!!!!
Happy Monday Ya'll!!!