One of BlackJack's relatives, look at those ears......!!!
Today we got hay delivered. I was really surprised it only went up about 60 cents a bale. This time of year can really sock it to you, in price sometimes. A truckload is lasting us about 5 months. Amy that cleans pens, gets hay to feed her critters, so if that wasn't happening I guess a load would last us about a year. Chris doesn't mind driving her squeeze out here to unload a split load, which is 1 trailer, out of 2 trailers, so that works out great.
Haven't heard from Diane on how Ruthie did without the boys, last night, so I assume no news is good news. I think I heard Wister bray a couple of times last night. He hardly ever brays, so we aren't sure it was him, but it wasn't a bray we recognize. This morning he was busy playing with Pancho before John went out, and later on he was playing with Ruger, so I don't think he is too traumatized. Ruger might be a little shocked though, last night John saw Wister attempting to nurse on Ruger. John said Ruger took off in a hurry........LOL