I was out doing my rounds a lot earlier than usual, though I skipped tending to the kittens for later. My husband needed to go into town to get his blood work done - something that has been postponed several time already - and we were planning to get there for when the lab opened. … Continue reading Our first haskap berries
We got some gardening done today, and in the process I made a point of seeing how the haskap bushes are doing. The male haskap is leafing out very enthusiastically! It's looking very healthy. The female... ... is struggling. I couldn't even get the camera to focus on those skinny little branches. It is still … Continue reading Haskap conditions
She spent the night sleeping in front of our door, ignoring the shelter I rigged up for her. Shortly after 7 this morning, I looked out the kitchen window to see a very chilled man in a hoodie, sitting at the front step, very diligently not making direct eye contact with the goat, a container … Continue reading Yes, there’s still a goat at our door
Okay, so I've managed to upload enough pictures to complete a few posts - if not in the way I originally planned! There are power outages in the area due to the storm so I figured, if I'm going to do it, do it now! A few days back, I was able to get some … Continue reading Pretty… and deadly?
We've got some decent progress around the yard over the past few days. The haskap bushes have been transplanted. Getting them in was not without it's casualties, however. While digging one of the holes to transplant into, I hit some roots from the Chinese Elm. I was able to break some up and get them … Continue reading Clean up: prepping and planting
Things are getting busy all over the place! Including in our maternity ward. Beep Beep and Butterscotch were both nursing their babies when I came in this morning, but that didn't last long. It's getting harder to get pictures of Butterscotch's babies, as they are moving around so much faster now! When I came back … Continue reading Getting active
Yesterday, the girls needed to pick up stuff not available locally, so we made a trip into the city. While we were out, a wonderful, long rain came through our region. We could actually see the difference in the trees between when we drove into the city, and when we drove back! The only down … Continue reading First ones