The ‘salad bar’
Always on the lookout
Don’t tell anyone!
There is a whole pile of grain where the bin was!
So great to have a nice enough day to put the hay bins OUTSIDE.
We even tucked the hanging part of the tarp away.
With the melt comes digging canals. Used to love watching the kids do this on the playground. 😉
Rosie was on hand to help out in any way needed.
Rosie seal of approval
Short sleeves! No hat! In January!
Oz discovered the warmest spot in the kitchen is under the table!
Miss Charlie on alert
Hey – do you KNOW what Darby is doing out there?
Those are not Guinea ears
Can I come in?
Darby’s knocking on the door gets a response
What IS that?
New trick in the paddock last night … I was hanging out with the Guineas when Miss Charlie alerted me to an interloper at the windows. Darby does not like it when I disappear into the coop. She lurks at the door, walks around and around the coop and the barn … and then discovered a great new idea … locking me in! Yep – she accidentally (I hope) twirled the wooden stopper at the bottom of the door to the ‘locked’ position. I didn’t realize until I figured it was time to call it a day. Ahem! Good thing I happened to have one of the walkie talkies. That was a funny call to make . “Ahhh … Ede? Are you there? Darby seems to have locked me in the coop!”