More Fences and Stable Work

I know Lynn is praying that I go back to work tomorrow and leave him to recuperate from this weekend. But I just couldn’t help myself.  The weekend was beautiful and warm so I had to get stuff done. I want to move April back to the front pasture because the tree trimmers are not coming until December the 5th and I just know I feel better when she is up front in a more secure pasture.

I thought we could get the other side of the paddock finished and done and move her today, but it didn’t happen.

Lynn really didn’t even want to do it, but I was just nervous about how the paddock area is in such need of repair. Should have started this yesterday, but I was organizing the stable and putting up shelves. Still didn’t get all that done, but got a good start on it.

So, I am exhausted so this will be a little short. I will let the pictures tell the story.

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The messy before and after pictures of organizing some of the stable. I don’t know how Lynn could stand it so I decided that if I wanted it done I needed to get some sturdy shelves and just do it. Lynn had some good suggestions and he was thrilled that it was done.

Well that was a brief picture of the four stalls in the stable and April enjoying herself in the back pasture. Next weekend we will move you, I promise.

Well the gate just got a primer coat and I rehung it today.

Thank goodness this weekend is over. I’m all tuckered out.  Didn’t get any grocery shopping done, I guess I will just have to scrounge for the next week.

Annie, The tree-hugger.