I think the clip below says it all. They are very busy.
Emily built these wonderful shelves and organized what was an epic mess of wood and scraps that had built up over the past 9 years across two stalls in the barn. So much nicer and cleverly done with slight tilts to keep the wood on the shelves.
Wish I had a before picture because it was really bad.
Emily found a freshly layed guinea egg on her walk today. Since it was laying in the middle of the path we’ve secured it and if we can get a few more we’ll fire up the incubator.
Also found one right in the middle of the driveway, broken open and eaten. Must have been a crow or something that got to it.
Now to get it warm enough to actually get into!
Wife harvested the first vegetables from the garden, delicious radishes.
Sitting on the front porch and noticed the glow behind the tree line by the front gate. Low and behold it was a rising full moon! These pictures don’t do it justice but it was spectacular.
Me and Patrick spent a little time practicing with the new Walther pistols and then doing some medium range metal targets with the rifles. I found that I’m way more accurate than in the past. Like 9 out of 10 hits on the metal targets at 200 yards in a decent cross wind. The only thing I can attribute it to is my Keto diet. They say keto reduces inflammation, and I could really notice that i could easily keep the crosshairs on the target. Anyways, it was a blast, gotta get the 500 yard targets setup again.
Winter wheat is liking the cool misty rain, really popping now.
My son doing an Appalachian trail through hike is coming off the trail for a little R&R. Looks a little rough with the beard and probably lighter by about 10 pounds. Great to have him around again.