Sunnybrook Farm shows daily activities of living in rural Virginia.
Monday, February 11, 2013
On Friday we got a little bit of snow, enough to delay school and mess up any wood cutting that I was going to do.
Dusty was not amused at the whole situation.
The sun came out but it got windy and cold in the afternoon.
On Saturday I brought over more manure and the birds went to work on it.
I started working on restoring 2 push plows, one was my grandfather's and the other was Debbie's grandfathers. Probably about 100 years old, I was surprised at how many bolts still worked. I need to make handles and I am thinking of putting a hook on the front to use as a training tool for Dusty to work with.
Sunday started off in the teens and warmed up pretty nice as the day went on. Too muddy to cut wood so I worked on stuff around the house.
Monday was a cloudy morning but above freezing so after the animals were taken care of, I went to town to do some stuff as it is too muddy for much else.
This hen had things to do and places to go in the garden this morning. It was a black and white morning so I set the camera and took B&W.