Thursday, March 01, 2007


This is Max trying to get the feed room door to open & dispense supper. Believe me, if concentration worked, he'd have that door open immediately.

John is gone today to get a load of hay. When we built the hay barn last fall, we didn't know it was going to be such a problem to get hay delivered. We live off the beaten path, & our road isn't exactly wide & smooth. So to get a big truck & equipment to unload the hay in here is giving us quite a challenge.

John & I have been hauling hay 48 bales at a time on the car trail. Then we have to unload it by hand. Needless to say, we don't need to go to a health spa..........!!! John is going to talk to the owner of the company today, to see if he will be willing to at least try to bring a load out. It's over 100 miles one way, so it isn't a casual deal for us or him.

Everybody is doing good right now. We will move the chickens hopefully next week, so John can get started on dismantling their old pen, & changing it into a large donkey pen. We need to get ready for mesquite bean season, when the donkeys with insulin resistance have to be kept in a pen, much to their disgust.

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