Hello From OwyheeStar
~Cliff, Shela, and the Weimaraners
March 7, 2020
We watched Chris and his crew plant onions across the across the road this week. Despite the fact that there is a beautiful pivot on the property, the onions go in with drip irrigation. Our photo capture doesn’t do it justice. There were so many people involved–and the equipment was impressive.
Meanwhile, our hayfield is screaming for a drink. This winter left the ground parched–and without water it is going to flounder. I cannot wait until Cliff gets the water on it–seeing it green up is delightful.
The Spring Pup scenario keeps us on our toes. We have a couple of Winter pups needing an ideal placement. So, we have been spotlighting them. That takes additional time and energy.
This Week On the Blog…
Well, my blog folder disappeared –I cannot seem to find it anywhere. So, if you gave me emailed information, I may have lost it. Well, if I posted it–then you know it wasn’t part of the loss. (Bummer) There is a bit of extra fun with Miles and Maizie getting us the birthday update. Thank you for doing that.
As always, thanks to our faithful OwyheeStar contributors–they make this all possible. (Haha) We sincerely hope our readers enjoyed these updates as much as we did, too. We hope everyone noticed the post regarding vaccine. We hate to keep bringing up this topic, but it is a Weimaraner thing.
If you have a story that you will let me share–I need at least three sentences and a decent photo. I prefer to receive it via email. (FYI–we only use stories that feature the OwyheeStar Weimaraner).
Sunday— March 1 — Puppy Faces
Monday–-March 2— Tarmac
Tuesday – March 3 — At 8 (Miles)
Wednesday March 4 — More Tarmac
Thursday –- March 5 — Dazee
Friday — March 6 — Maizie
On a very personal note
Some notes suggest spring (other than the farming going on around us). For me, mostly, this happens inside the greenhouse. I am waiting for some planting supplies–looking forward to getting the process rolling.
Cliff has been busy with the typical clean up–getting rid of weeds. He has caught seven gophers. That is something. Those pesky critters are a menace. Sure, I believe in freedom–they are free to go elsewhere and not to destroy our lawn, the garden, and the hayfield. (OMG)
We saw Ashley and the kids on Thursday–on their way home from a grocery pickup. I had another meal ready for them–chowder. I hope they enjoyed it. Anyhow, if it helps them, it is fabulous.
I’ve found this week a struggle. I have a little bug–with bronchitis type symptoms. (Eke) I think I am getting better–we hope. Cliff seems to be a lot better–Hurrah!