Convertible Weather-- Top Down, Baby

Except, I don't own a convertible. So I reveled in the warm sunshine while doing my evening chores. Someone in the neighborhood had fired up his grill and I enjoyed the unmistakable smell of charcoal and lighter fluid wafting from somewhere upwind. Everywhere I looked I caught glimpses of the birth of spring.

Redbuds budding...

Little green forbs pushing up...

Sunset reflected on the water...

Alpacas grazing in the last warm rays of daylight...

The feed room clean out job is dragging on because I had errands to run today, but it's OK because that stuff could use some time in the sun before it gets washed off and put back.

I got to hang with my fiber pals a bit today, too. What an awesome gang of ladies. Thank you for my weekly inspiration, girls! Keep up all the great work!


Saturday Work Opportunity
The rain should be dried up enough that I am going to start pulling out the old, rotten fencing in the sheep pen that has been replaced by the shiny new fence that our friend Bennett put up for us several weeks ago. Beginning about noon, I'll be cutting wire and pulling out fence posts. The timing is great because it will have been dry for about 4 days, and also, our bulk trash will be picked up the following Thursday. If you'd like to come pitch in, I'd love some extra hands.

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