Weekend Happenings…

Outside on the farm…

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Thor

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Bellah

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Watering can frozen…IMG_8678 IMG_8681

Feeding time…IMG_8691

Thor watching…IMG_8695 IMG_8697

Chicken scratching…IMG_8705

Gunnar…

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A perfect arrow!  Chicken Track…IMG_8707

Dugur’s sweet face…

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Some happens inside…

I was able to skirt quite a few fleeces.

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My helper, Mr Zesty…photo (43)

A little color inside…

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African Violet blooming…P4010151 P4010155

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Keeping Critters Warm…

 

Brrrrrrrrr, we are still having some seriously cold weather.  This was the weather report from this morning…1555586_741479072530159_2028721829_n

Our water was froze up and it was freezing in our house but outside the sheep didn’t seem to mind too much…

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Good thing they are hardy Icelandic’s!  This week they’ve been getting extra hay and always have access to the barn and sheds…P1130169 P1130176-001 P1130179

The chickens don’t seem to care for it at all though…

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Good thing there are lots warm sheep taxi’s to keep them warm!

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BTW, our water is going again and we should be starting to warm back up!  Oh ya, we should start lambing any day now, hurry up warmer weather…

 

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Full Color Day…

 

Cold, cold, cold today!  But gorgeous blue skies today… P1130174P1130138

These little gals showed up in the back yard, all fluffed-up, sunning themselves.

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I love how colorful these wild turkey hens look in full sun.

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Complete with a beautiful sunset…

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Frosted…

 

I’m missing the freezing fog this week.  We are experience extremely cold temperatures here this week.  Tonight’s low is suppose be -10 F with wind-chills bringing the temps down to -20 to -30 degrees F.  Wishing it was a bit warmer like it was in these pictures…

 

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Did I mention we have a handful of Suffolk ewes due any day now?  Hopefully they got the memo on not delivering in this cold.  Brrrrrr….

 

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