AUTUMN
DECEMBER 2012

March 11, 2011

FARM FRIDAY- ENDEAVORS

We have a multitude of tasks now that we can see bare ground. 
The old hay needs to be moved down the driveway where we have the hay compost.

Tools have to be repaired.

Channels need to be dug to divert the water.

Fallen limbs and branches need to be removed.

A coop needs its siding finished. . .

another needs a coat of paint.

Fences need to be repaired or replaced.

And the three large grasses in the front need to be moved.  They are glorious in winter, but they stand so thick and tall in the summer and block our view of the front flower gardens. 

It is hard work for sure, 
but it is all worth it .




 Others of Farm Friday are here.

happy day!




6 comments:

Shana Bee said...

I love that polish rooster (at least I think that's what it is)!!! :D

marcia at Child in Harmony said...

you are right..a White Crested Black Polish Rooster. . our only rooster!

happy day!

oldgreymare said...

Hands to work
Hearts to God

Good honest hard labor is good for the soul <3

xx
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valarie said...

I just love your farm. Your animals have such personalities. Especially that hen. I just love her! Thanks for sharing it all with us.

Sheeps and Peeps Farm said...

Like you we are slowly moving towards spring, and the bare ground does seem to 'uncover' an awful lot of chores. The pictures of your horses are so beautiful, but that rooster... that rooster is a rock star :)

W-S Wanderings said...

I just composed a lengthy commment, only to have it wiped out by my Littlest One. Sigh. Your animals are beautiful, and the horses and rooster really do look like they belong to a rock band. LOVE that! And the coop siding is lovely.

Many thanks for playing along. It is a delight to visit your farm :-)

Blessings and light...