Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
~ Irrigation Pump Woes
Most people rely on ditch watch for irrigation, but Cliff pumps water. Like everything on this farm, our irrigation pumps were old–and we knew they needed work, but we kept hoping they will just work. We were fortunate that it quit working–the pipe was precarious close to breaking off. The pump might have ended up at the bottom of the well.
Winnie is a little thin–we feed her an enhanced diet. She is doing so well with the dozen pups. You probably know we got our DNA results back–7 of the 12 pups are Longhairs. There are new photos, and the Longhairs denotation has been made –follow along to watch the changes occur.
Recently On the Blog…
Our faithful readers realize I have been struggling to keep the blog going–fresh easy to post material can be challenging to come by 365 days a year. I had mentioned we would post (randomly) as the material is available. I also said I would create a form (and I did)–which I am not sure how well it will work. It has been an exceedingly busy week, and I have not had time to work on the plan. But I received enough material of the right kind to post every day this week. Thank you!
For Your Review
Sunday— April 18 — Sunday Photos
Monday–- April 26 — Enzo
Tuesday – April 27 — Auggie
Wednesday — April 28 — Our Blog
Thursday –- April 29 — No Blog
Friday — April 30 — Willow
On a very personal note
Cliff continues working on the bathroom remodel. It is in bits and pieces, so everything takes longer. I am delighted with it–we can’t wait until we get it completed.
I made it in for the Thoracentesis (where they drain the fluid off on a lung). I learned last time that makeup was not my friend for this procedure. I have mascara all over my face and stuck to my glasses. (OMG) This time I was smart and went in without it.
I am hoping to rebound quickly. The garden calls–we picked up strawberries, apple trees, and a few other things. Today, we return to Malheur Nursery to get a couple of blueberries.
Cliff’s treatment is going excellent. We appreciate Dr. Morgan–his approach is working for both of us.