This is what the kiwi builder was up to. He and John put in the first of the red doors (there are three)… the inside of the door is red too so when it stands open all summer the colour is still present.
The Goldilocks windows.. these are the most extravagant of the windows but they do not open which made them cheaper and …
to my mind they are worth every cent. After I have posted this to you this morning I shall go into The Coupe with the Camera House and watch the sun rise through the windows, then you will see why I was so determined to have them. Hope we get a sunrise, it is 22F (-5C) so it will be a crispy clear one.
Minty was picking play fights with wee Murphys. They have quite a big outside area but they still love to race in and out of the barn to see what I am doing.
The pea hens were swanning about …
“Its April aren’t you supposed to be laying an egg, Tui? It says in the book that peahens should start laying eggs in April!”
My two Herefords. Queenie the Hereford heifer and Charlotte the Hereford Pig. This week I will start building the outside pig pen, the summer palace. They are more than ready to get outside for the summer.
Good morning. Last night I made a special milk and honey bath for my aching firewood muscles: 2 cups of warm milk straight from the cow + 1 cup of honey + 1/4 cup of epsom salts. Pour into the running warm water. Soak. It was just divine.
Have a lovely day. I see the sky lightening so I am going to go and get that photo of the sunrise for you, then off to the milking parlour. See you tomorrow!