Back From Vacation

We were blessed enough to spend the last week in Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach actually, with our family and my in laws.  It was great, and I will have a post on the week in more detail shortly, but I just wanted to let you all know I’m still here.

Now that we’re back, it is back to the chores of daily life.  While I was cutting some grass for the animals I started wondering if there was a way to save some of this myself for the animals to eat when the grass wasn’t growing.  I am currently looking into ideas of do it yourself, small scale haylage and silage.  I’ll be sure to let you know what I decide, but if you have done either, please let me know.

I also have ordered the rebuild kit for the golf cart engine, so that will probably be a post or two, and a video as well.  I’m also tossing around the idea of rebuilding my hay wagon, if I can find time, as well as building a post frame shed/building for the pasture animals.  Lots to do before the snow flies.

What is on your to do list before winter?

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No matter how far I go, I always find my way home to this sunset

 

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1 Response to Back From Vacation

  1. micahwotring says:

    Good for you! I need to put concrete in my dad’s shop, put siding on my dad’s shop, build several pens down at the barn for my various fowl as they won’t all fit in the chicken coop, and if I can get some sibling/parent help I’m hoping to finish the sheep fence and get a few sheep before winter. We’ll see though.

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