|I think Dozer was the only one who took it easy yesterday!|
It's HOT! So when I awoke bright and early yesterday morning, I couldn't see wasting the coolest part of the day laying around in bed. So I arose alone and started my big Tour de Fleece project:
Once my guys were up, we ate a quick breakfast, did chores – and went to work. Sunday is usually our most productive day, because it's the only work day we're usually home together. So while Brian mowed the lawn, Rick and I hit the berry patch:
Raspberries are tender and many were already too ripe, but we managed to pick 11 of these plastic containers full. Then Rick harvested the rest of our Bing and Rainier cherries while I chopped thistles and pulled weeds. (There's a lot more of that to do.)
|Hens checking out the bigger, better, but not-yet-done yard.|
Thankfully, even during this heat wave the coast breeze is coming through in the evening, cooling inside and out to a comfortable temperature. I took advantage of that fact and schooled my horse; the wind makes it dusty but keeps the flys and mosquitoes at bay!
That's it for Sunday from . . .