Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
~ February Snow Continues
We had more snow this week, but nothing of significance. As you can see, it doesn’t blanket the ground, but we had our moments. Most of the snow is accumulating in the mountains where it is needed.
We have not seen the deer this week–we have not driven around the farm looking for a sign they were here, and we missed seeing them, either. I suspect they moved on to areas where there was something to eat–possibly along the river. Maybe they will return now that the ground is clearing, and there should be something to eat.
We are waiting for pups to arrive–last year, at this time, we were overrun with babies. This year, we wait. They will be coming before long, so meanwhile, we are getting a lot of work done.
This Week On the Blog…
I am always looking for new information to share regarding the OwyheeStar offspring.
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).
We are always in need of OwyheeStar stories to share.
It helps when I get an email even if you send photos via another mode. I know you enjoy reading about other OwyheeStar pups–especially those related to yours.
For Your Review
Sunday— Feb. 21 — Deli
Monday–- Feb. 22 — Levi
Tuesday – Feb. 23 — Zoe
Wednesday — Feb. 24 — Franny
Thursday –- Feb. 25 — Mouse
Friday — Feb 26 — Wonder
On a very personal note
Our garden starting supplies arrived yesterday. I have not yet unpacked them–but the greenhouse is calling. I am anxious to get things started. First, the greenhouse needs some work. I have a new shelving unit I need to get dragged in there so I can place things in that. Then the counters and supplies need to be cleaned and organized. It shouldn’t take too long. Now that I am done with the medical testing for a bit–I was able to do the bone scan in Fruitland, which is just across the river (from Ontario) in Idaho. They took excellent care of me–and although it took an IV, that tech got the needle in without a problem. (Whew)
Cliff is working on the master bath–it seems like we have been talking about this forever. Well, he is quite away from being done, but at the same time, he has made a lot of progress. Meanwhile, it seems the farm transportation situation has been a challenge. He has three rigs to use around here, and all of them have required attention. (Haha) It is good he can work on the. Otherwise, I am not sure what we would do.