So this week our main focus was on moving pen panels, making things look much nicer. Then reusing the old panels for our new fall garden.
Hubby did most of the work, but I was out there with a lot of the time. For a day or so this week, despite my large hat, sun glasses and longer sleeves, I ended up looking like a lobster. But it went away pretty quick. I just don't handle the sun and heat anymore. But it was worth it - back yard looks SO nicer.
Doesn't it Jennifer?
This little girl has her Grandma Lillie's eyes... not sure if that is a good thing... LOL
Here is how things look from the back yard looking into the goat pen - Love how much prettier it is -
Love how everyone is getting along so well -
Goats and Guineas are all happy together. I think I have told you that we have found a few Guinea eggs. A few solid and a few squishy. But we were worried cuz we haven't found many eggs. Where were they going?
Then we finally saw that one of the girls kept going under the picnic table and chatting constantly....
I think she was complaining about being the one that was stuck taking care of the "children" while the other two were out have lunch... Not sure if we should let her take care of them, so far it has been a week since we found them, and she seems to be taking care of them so far. Wonder though if we should candle them and maybe put a bunch in the incubator... ideas?
Ellie Mae tried to give me her opinion.
Took some small tomatoes that were really bitter out to the chickens last night. Then I stood there and watched a little Chicken Soccer...
Was actually pretty darn funny... they ran from tomato to tomato yelling and trying to steal from each other.
I think Little Bit was tattling to me that Large Marge just stole hers...
These chickens are the funniest thing to watch. Still haven't named them all.. so many look so much alike and move around to fast -
I know photos of Libbie from the back are boring - but I love this stance she does.
Her "I am boss and I am watching that over there... and believe me I can take care of you!" She really doesn't know that she is only 10 inches tall. But yes, She is the one in charge of all of us.
Hope you got a smile today - I'll be back tomorrow to show you a few photos of the new garden -