Most of my days are spent doing a little of this, and a little of that. It feels like nothing much gets done, but it does. Albeit slowly.
The feed room wall project is done & our homemade horseshoe hangers are up:
|getting ready to stain|
|finished feed room wall|
We ordered, and are using hay nets for the three occupied stalls:
|Harmony's left over hay|
Brad cleared an area in the field behind our barn to warm up/work/ride our horses:
Sadly it has gone unused. Our weather has been less then ideal. From none stop rain, to crazy mosquitos, to high temps. Then there is this thing called time. That darn thing we always seem to be chasing. It feels like all work and no play. Someday, things will settle and we will do something more then care for our horses. They must think this place is a bed & breakfast.
Sandy fines were delivered & hay was cut, baled and stacked:
We also had our hay field cut, and Brad loaded 21 *rain free* large bales into our barn - just in time before storms rolled into our area. Again. Yes, he will have to move all those bales around in order to work on the barn floor. Sure wish that rented bobcat was ours!
I am still wheeling it to the pile & back, and enjoying the golden scenery: