Turkey butchering, in two spells, means six turkeys in the freezer, most of them almost 20 pounds.
Chickens love watermelon rinds, and they're a nice treat on a hot day.
We ventured out to the state fair, where we were sure to check out the birds.
The poor chickens and guineas were so stressed out, I'm not sure I would ever want our birds to be displayed. We also lucked out and caught a sheep shearing demonstration. Much fun.
Every year, James and the kids ride the ferris wheel. I don't. JoJo was angry that I didn't this year, but this mama can't handle the coming down.
In the mighty winds Monday, we lost a large branch of this silver maple. It didn't damage the deck, praise God, but it's one more mess for James to clean up, and he's busy!
Finally, someone had to get stitches in his eyebrow. What happened? That's an excellent question. To the best of my knowledge, he tripped and nailed his face with duplo.
James is currently renovating the white whale (chicken coop) for our junior flock, as they don't have an enclosed shelter currently, and last night the low was 43. Chilly!
Until next time, remember, this is not paradise. It's Purgatory Ranch.