We have windy wet weather today. Still in the Hawkes Bay winter, I come from Hawkes Bay in New Zealand and our Illinois weather is so much like home that I am wondering how they cope with this infernal mud!
This (below) is not a sweet picture of Wai and Piglet. In seconds Wai will turn his great big head, kind of mark where Jude is with his nose, then back up three paces lower his head and launchhimself in, ramming the piglet. He never connects – Jude knows all his tricks and just dances squealing out of reach of the half blind grumpy potbelly.
Which just makes WaiWai madder!
Now that John built this lovely door into the west side of the rat house it has opened up ( s’scuse the pun) lots of opportunities.
If I can swing it – I would like to move the blues brothers car ( and the other one ) and raise the ducks in there. If this plan works I will then sow barley or oats into the field on the other side of the door and the ducks can graze in there all day and sleep in the Rat- house at night. It’s a good idea. But hinges on John moving those cars. So we will see.
It is a good plan though.
This year I am going to focus on wasted space on the farm. Wasted as opposed to wild. Wild spaces are not wasted.
WaiWai hiding in a bush. Hoping that I cannot see that he is where he should not be.
I hope you have a good plan for your day?