With the ten person combined teams arriving on March 26th I have to get her to move out for a week so we can have room for everyone. She's going to stay with the local pastor who invited her stay last year.
It's foggy this morning and cool. You can see the progress the guys made on getting the ground leveled out for the building yesterday afternoon (in spite of the rain) in the photos I took this morning.
The alfalfa and oats did get planted in the field yesterday, as scheduled. They got more harrowing done this week, but it seems we need to train some of the grad boys to do it (Nicholas can't wait) because tractorist Sasha quit yesterday afternoon at 5 pm, effective immediately. He found a better paying job, which is fine, except we are in the middle of getting ready for spring planting.
|Needles does like staying outdoors|
Here are a few more pics from the Old barn I took yesterday...
|Heifers in the pens|
|the cats drinking milk|
bull calf behind them
|Chasing the fresh cow out the door|
and over to the new barn