2017 22nd Saturday Recap
Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
It never ceases to amaze me how fast things grow. The Weimaraner puppy becomes adult-looking sometime around 4-6 months. They are still growing but to the untrained eye, they look like an adult. Unfortunately, they are expected act adult like too. Another thing that grows fast once the temperature is consistently warm is our local crops. This alfalfa field was baled not all that long ago but it heading toward the second cutting.
We are hoping that summer smooth coat pups will be arriving before long. We all have waited (breath abated) for too long. Too many are hoping for Gray or Silver Gray Female. We can hope along with them that we get several. Of course, we are well aware that we have very little control over the process. Despite everything, we have come to believe that things work out as they are meant to be in the end. Those wanting a Blue or a Male are in a good position, and we will be adding some more names to the Wait List for this grouping.
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—June — Bring on the Candle
Monday —June 5 — Dakota Blue
Tuesday —June 6 — Willow and Jan
Wednesday — June 7 — Availability
Thursday — June 8 — Tallyn
Friday — June 9 — Not Expected
On a very personal note
The Utility Bath saw a little work again this week. I long for it to be completed but others thing call Cliff away. He has done some serious tractor work and quite a bit of mowing this week. He also installed some parking barriers. With us changing the entrance to the farm, adjusting the front makes sense. What once was a road is no longer being used as such. Next, we have some blocks to lay down for a walk to the front door. A little here and a little there does add up to something.
Our Pastors have a large flock. They were not aware of how ill I had been and when they learned of the struggle they came to visit and pray for us. Living on a dead end road means there are only four residences beyond us. At the end of the road– last two places, we saw the rescue rig and an ambulance. We learned our one neighbor was taken to the hospital. We all know that Cliff and Shela are not young by any means, but the residents at the end of the road are both older than us. We heard Alan will be returning home tomorrow. We are glad to learn of his quick recovery.