I arrived last night, but I arrived without my luggage. Which is kind of annoying. Though the system is pretty well set up and I was notified upon landing that my bags were not on the plane with me. There are apps, codes and tracking numbers and it appears that my belongings are on the way. Hopefully today.
Don’t you just love apps!
I keep a selection of clothes at each of my destinations so it is not dire. Except for the laptop charger. Interesting that chargers become my only problem.
Boo has literally not left my side since I arrived in the night. I kept thinking that the whole farm had a funny smell until I realized that it was Boo – following at my heel with his month old skunk smell. So he will be getting a shower and a good brush out later this afternoon.
Here is Boo giving me the stink eye for being away so long.
In my absence Ton has gone to live with John’s grown children across the creek. Typical of that dog. He has never liked living with BooBoo. So I will catch up with him later on.
In the background is the Fellowship Forest.
Look how big my trees are getting! There has been so much rain out here!
There has been frequent rainfall over this summer and a lot of growth, the fields are heaving with feed and the home barn is loaded with hay. I cannot see out my Goldilocks Windows, the bushes have grown so wild.
The cows are right down the back so I will go to see them later. Evidently there is hay down across the way but there is thick cloud cover hanging over everything like a guilty conscience, so nothing much will dry out today.
I might buy a couple more late calves. I will have a ring around this week. There is a ton for them to eat this winter.
Beans in Uncles Field this year. I will talk Our John into baling some soybean straw after this harvest. Winter feed needs to be diverse too.
Lots to do!