This hot tub was given to us, and is an answer to prayer. The kids have been praying for one to help with their aches and pains. Not to have for fun. Nope. No way. (Seriously, it should be good for their daily Lyme pain, if we can get it running. It has some problems that we may not be able to fix for free, in which case we wont be able to get it running until who-knows-when.)
Erinn took this pic to show how big the baby rabbits are getting. She says she saw the white one get out of the nest box and back in, but every time I go out there they are all in the box sleeping.This little LaMancha doe was given to us by some people in Mason. She was starving and had spray paint all over her when they found her. She seems to be about 6 months old, judging by the horns, but is the size of a 3 month old. Very sweet! We will be looking for a good home for her, so if anyone wants a sweet little goat, please let me know! I'd love to keep her because LaManchas have such great personalities, but it just isn't practical to have more than one breed of goats here. That is why we sold all the previous LaManchas, Alpines, and Saanens that we had. Mooky tilling in the garden, around the green bean supports.
The first 3 orphans of the year.