GREETINGS FROM FAR EASTERN OREGON
~August 10, 2019
Yesterday it cooled off after the brutal triple-digit temperatures–the kind we expect every August. Last evening brought a bit of a storm our direction.
So our hay has been cut and should be scooped up into bales and then added to the haystack soon. It looks like there is a fair amount–we love watching the haystack grow. Before they got to our hay field–they combined the wheat across the road. We saw them working late to take care of the straw left behind–but they have not gotten it baled yet.
We are working on the Whelp Room–new tile floor is being laid. It will be a vast improvement over the existing vinyl we inherited. Other than revamping our facility, we are working on updating our records.
These are the kind of things we can do when we don’t have a litter of pups. It will be so nice to have it and a few other things done when the next batch arrive.
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.
Sunday— July 28 — OwyheeStars and Stripes
Monday–-July 29 — Berkley
Tuesday — July 30 — Bruno
Wednesday — July 31 — Bella, Bacchus and Taun
Thursday –- August 1 — Meeting
Friday — August 2 — Exhausted Weimaraner
On a very personal note
~At The Old Farmhouse
Cliff is doing a lot better. He is back to working on the old farmhouse. We mentioned his work in the puppy whelping area, but it has been a far more eventful on nearly every level. Cliff’s Cousin Wanda came (flew in) for a visit–and his sister and brother-in-law stopped over to share the moment. What a treat.
~The Gardening Girls
The Gardening Girls took quite a lot of produce away this week. Evangeline and River picked the tomatoes–but there was colossal wire basket of cucumbers, zucchini, and green beans.