Yesterday I told you we were on day 2 of rain. Oh and rain it was! Wow. Not quite as bad as Saturday’s down pour. Even the neighbours were telling us how unusual a storm that one was! Great, I’m thinking…after an unusual, brutal winter, we’re going to get unusual spring patterns too? Seriously? Well, this will make great stories for the grandkids, eventually. Of course, the way The Kid is going, the grandkids are likely to have hooves, but that’s okay too. 😉
This morning, I thought I’d share some pictures from the pasture.
That giant puddle was dried up on Friday! Oh, but look at all that green grass! That’s wonderful to see, and the Girls are loving it too. In fact, they’re leaving hay in the feeders to eat the green stuff instead. We might be able to consider not putting hay down soon…
I love this boy! He follows me everywhere in the farm-yard and pasture. When the water gets too deep for him, he calls me to come carry him over. No, he’s not spoiled. He’s my MaxCat. ❤
I came into the pasture to find these two napping together.
So relaxed, and sleepy. Good to see after they were all wound from Saturday night’s lightning show.
I wasn’t sure if they were going to come back or not. Between the brutal winter, odd spring, and snacking horses, there was some doubt. Nice to see the buds. Can’t wait for flowers!
My poor cherry tree…the buds are there, they just haven’t opened up yet. It’s probably for the best because we still have to transplant it to where we started the orchard. Once the flowers start, that’s not possible until after the fruiting is done. Guess I better get on that!