~August 3, 2019

Sunrise October 21 2017

We have a beautiful hot August in the works. We have enjoyed the lushness of the crops–it is also fun to watch the harvest. They harvested the grain across the road this week.

Soon they will arrive to cut our alfalfa–this time, both fields at the same time. We expect this cutting and one more before the season is done. We love watching the haystack grow.


We are still working on cleaning and fixing things. The last summer puppy left on Thursday morning–a much-celebrated departure.

I have scheduled a couple of titer tests with Dr. Calhoun and his staff at the Idaho Veterinary Hospital in Nampa, Idaho. They were able to slip us in the coming week — so we will get that business taken managed. Otherwise, it is pretty much the daily things as well as keeping up with inquiries, etc.

This Week On the Blog…

What an array of interesting posts–thanks to everyone who made this possible. I truly appreciate you sending the Emailed Updates–along with the photos, etc.

Julia has done it again–another title with a different OwyheeStar Weimaraner–Luey. How could we not mention this achievement again? It happened not long ago in Leadville, Colorado. Congratulations–and thanks for all you do!

Sunday— July 28 — At the Dog Park

Monday–-July 29 — Nutz

Tuesday — July 30 — NACSW Nosework

Wednesday — July 31 — Emma

Thursday –- August 1 —  Brady

Friday — August 2 — Lily

On a very personal note

~At The Old Farmhouse

Cliff had a rough week — the iron he has needing to take for anemia made him terribly ill. He is much better as of yesterday. Despite this setback, he has worked on the master bath –things are coming along.

The garden is seeing a lot of neglect. Ashley is pregnant and doing what she can. Summer is always a busy time. She is going to home school Evangeline–she is getting what she needs together.

All-in-all things are going well. I have been sewing curtains for the kitchen. There are a few other projects in the works. It is mostly organization and elimination. I wonder if I will ever see the end of it. (Haha) I think not.

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Posted on August 3, 2019, in News, OwyheeStar, OwyheeStar News, Weekly Newsreel. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Your curtains look like what was on my grandmother’s cupboards when I lived with her as a child. She made them on an old singer treadle sewing machine. Fond memories😊

  2. They are pretty simple but help–eventually, I will have cupboard door and some drawers. Honestly, there are worse things as far as the kitchen goes but we don’t want to go into debt. We are on the installment plan–I have what I need. Haha … to you.

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