I am not complaining though. Winter will be here soon enough, so I’ll take sunshine and warmth while I can!
How hot is it, you ask?
Hot enough to melt my black barn cat…
What ya doing Felix?
He’s just hanging around in the pallet that forms the gate to the Henny Yard.
Are ya hot, Felix?
Just a little bit wilty…maybe soaking in some cold water would perk him up. Like lettuce.
“Don’t even, Food Lady!”
LOL! Poor boy, finding shade where ever he can, that’s still close to me. 😉
The Henny Witch
That’s ^^^^ my Henny Yard Guardian. Hubby brought her home for me one day. I think she’s adorable.
You can see, if you zoom in, there’s a spider and web between the Henny Witch’s hat and broom.
Oh, and remember I showed you my over grown with weeds garden?
That’s my garden…
Well, after some time in there with the scythe, a rake and a pitchfork, it now looks like this…
Whoa!! There’s actually a garden there!
The piggies had mounds and mounds and mounds and mounds of weeds to eat. Still have some left. They burrow down under them in the heat, and then eat their way out. 😉 They’ve packed on a few pounds this week, with all those tasty weeds they’ve been eating.
Mmmmmm, home-grown bacon!
Nigella Piggie after a very much enjoyed forehead scratch.
Nigella has decided that forehead scratches from the Food Lady are quite enjoyable. She often heaves a big sigh and then sits down to enjoy it. I keep telling her, “Enjoy those scratches, Nigella Piggie. Happy piggies taste so much better!” 🙂
Finally, one last picture for today…
GreyCat stands on the Sasquatch…
I don’t know why. She just likes to stand on him. 🙂
She, and all our other girls, have recovered beautifully from their surgeries, and now that baby hormones aren’t in control, are starting to put on some weight. Every one is looking sleek and wonderful…and they’re still hunting like the ravenous velociraptors that they are!