Thursday, February 28, 2013

Thursday morning after the storm 30+ pictures!

 I took this picture of the snowy cherry tree and spotted something
in the tree. What a treat. Cedar Waxwings!!
Or maybe Bohemian Waxwings.
You tell me....
 In years past, it has been the Robins eating the cherries!

 Lizzie, one of the boarding Border Leicesters and her monster ram lamb.


 Look who is in the cage!! (It is actually their 'creep feeder'.















 Poppy's daughter. Romney/Dorset

 Bardo's not spoiled.   (-;





 Jack thinks he is going to pounce on Earl.

Jorja's daughter. She's a keeper.



All this and a dozen eggs before 9 am!!




OWWWW!!!

 That poor chicken!! The top 2 are what we normally get.
The bottom 2 are very abnormal!!

 Spring must be just around the corner!!
We are up to 4 dozen in 2 days.
The megamonster will be eaten here.
It won't fit in that empty hole...

Monday was a HUGE lamb, sliding into a snow bank, and a very long day!

 One of our boarding Border Leicesters had a HUGE ram lamb just before I was to get out to the barn and feed and let out for the day. I managed to get the 2 of them into the lambing jug and everyone fed and watered before I went to work. The lamb found his way to milk and she found her hay. All was good!

About 1/3 of the way through my delivery day, my luck changed. I am in a congested area, off the main road, of houses. So, you don't travel fast...Coming around the corner and the next thing I know is I am still going straight and SLIDING into the snowbank....Brakes didn't help. Even my studded tires didn't help.
Thank you God!! that we opted to purchased AAA plus. They came and pulled out the car. I think before I go into this area again, I will have a shovel and kitty litter...I am thankful that it was a nice day!!

No one was hurt! Not I, nor the car. I did not hit the bank in such a way to deploy my airbags.
God is so good to me!!!

Will get lamb pictures on here later!












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