2017 20th Saturday Recap

Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon

Evie and the ChicksA snow storm was not in our vocabulary this week. Our weather is warm and temperate for the most part. We did have a rain storm pass through, but overall we have been balmy, and our temperatures are rising to summer-like. The first cutting of hay is off, and the other crops between here and town are growing. I love the lushness of late spring and early summer.

Cliff has his bird-thing going too! He has about 80 Bob White Quail and about 175 Coturnix Quail. It is probably way more Coturnix Quail than we needed. They start laying eggs at three weeks. Soon there will be eggs to gather–they can be food or hatched. Evangeline and River were here for a visit, and they loved seeing the birds. It kind of made up for the fact that we didn’t have any tiny pups.

Cliff is having good luck with the hatchlings. They continue to thrive and to adjust well. It is hard to believe that Coturnix Quail will be laying eggs in a couple of weeks. We may have more than we need.

This Week on the Blog

Here are the week’s posts if you wish you may review or visit them today!  I welcome updates from any of our OwyheeStar clients. Thank you–especially those folks that dropped us a little something. (Whew, (again) it really helped!)

Sunday— May 21 — Soaking Up Warm

Monday — May 22 — AKC Trick Novice

Tuesday —May 23 — Insurance

Wednesday —May 24 — Maddy

Thursday  —May 25  — Salem, OR

Friday  —May 26 — Blue

On a very personal note

The farm is keeping Cliff busy. I cannot say everything he is doing because I am busy inside the home. Christina and I have spent the last couple of days painting in the Utility Bath. I cannot believe how long it is taking us to get that done. I long to finish this Utility bath entirely. At least, I want to get my part done, so I am not holding up then process.

Paint_5741It is a sizeable bath with a lot of angles and trim work. The word that comes to me is mind-boggling. That is how I feel about the work to paint this not so large room. And on the heels of mind-boggling, is so-worth-it. this is a photo of the wall behind the washing machine and dryer units. Cliff is working on the trim and setting them back in place this morning.

I had hoped for a couple of raised beds and minimal gardening. Cliff says I am not up to it. He doesn’t have the time to get them set up for me either. It will be another year of buying from the local farm stand. I know they are in business this year. Their health may make it impossible for them to continue another year. I count myself fortunate that this couple will have (for the most part) what I need.

Lastly, the cough is diminishing. I still have a few lesser gut-wrenching coughing spells each day, but they are less intense and farther apart each day. I still cannot talk much–it can bring on an episode. I have hope that soon I can report a cough-free day.

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Posted on May 27, 2017, in News, OwyheeStar, OwyheeStar News, Weekly Newsreel. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. It’s time for you to turn this around Shela! You have been feeling down for much too long! May the sunshine cook out all the remaining the bad stuff!

  2. YES❣️👏😍🌞👍

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