Beautiful weather meant my work schedule was also jam packed. I put nearly 250 miles on my truck and captured over 2700 photos! The fact that I get to capture so many amazing moments for people makes me so incredibly happy. ( Watch for session updates on my Megan Klauer Photography FaceBook page!)
Aaron and the kids have been working like crazy around here as well!
Last week they built decking for the new dog kennel.
They moved barns, tore out some fencing, and created a new area for the meat chickens that will be arriving soon. For now, Clyde is loving that as his new enclosure.
It seems like we do a lot of revamping and moving every year. We've got some big plans (dreams) and just do a few things as we can afford it and have time to do it.
We decided we wanted to remove the chain link fencing that was around the chicken coop (I've never been a huge fan of the way it looks). This will give us a bit more yard as well.
We also have plans to tear down the little shed with siding. It's been falling apart for awhile now and it's time to go.
It will be replaced with this little shed that we had been using out in the pasture. It needs a bit of repair, but it's going to work just nicely as a garden shed. I'm thinking a coat of white paint with help spruce it up.
Pistal and her babies, Johnny & June are doing great and will be let out to run in the pasture as soon as we get some fence fixed and a few other things rearranged.
The apple, peach, tulip trees, and strawberries are all in bloom and the rhubarb is growing like crazy.
Tom the turkey struts around like he owns the place. Poor fella, we won't tell him his fan is a bit shabby looking yet.
The cows were moved to the larger pasture; a little corn and then walked right along.