Friday, June 22, 2012

Hut ho, again

I dropped the new computer and it broke all to peaces.  Well, that's the way it goes.  You just never know what is going to happen.

It a fine day when

you are a poor old woman in Arkansas that does not even have any water, and your Sister by the Lake out west wants you to give her your new computer.  But, then, tomorrow morning, I might trade all 4 of my computers for a hot cup of coffee.

June 22, An Adventure

He was where the line should be, but could not find it.

A deep ditch.

Well, maybe this is it.  He has it dug out. Tomorrow he will go get fixit pieces to put it back together.  Tonight we have no water.  Hence the adventure.  Just like the Mountain Men of Alaska, we are melting ice for water.  I guess I should have got some water when he got close, but I was watering my flowers.  I could go borrow some water, but I think we will make it.  Hut ho, how are we going to make coffee in the morning.  I guess I will get out my big pan and fill it full of ice to melt to make coffee.  And, I guess when he gets it back together, I will be under a boil order.

This is Red.  She sure looks to me like she is carrying a kid, but she does not have a bag.  

This is Big Sandy.  If they do not have babies in two weeks, they are not going to have kids.

But, we will have kids next year.



Wednesday, June 20, 2012

June 20

Hot and Dry says it all.

We saw two turkeys tonight.  No sign of the deer all week and no  new goats.

The electric company is down here cutting right of way so they can connect the line between us and Marrs.

Not much going on.  I guess I will try to get the babies this week end.  Have to call Jackie tomorrow and see.

We were supposed to have an audit tomorrow, but it has been canceled for now.  I am glad.

Did I say it is hot and dry.  Getting a few tomatoes now but they have blossom end rot really bad.  I throw away a half dozen or more every day.

Sunday, June 17, 2012

June 17, Happy Father's Day George

One hundred degrees in the shade and digging a ditch, but almost done.  About 15 to 20 more feet.  Wonderful way to spend a day.

Three ripe tomatoes from the garden.  The one on the left is from one of Patsy's plants.  The other two are Early Girls.