Wow, it’s November. That one really snuck up on me.
The winter storm hit us hard last week, bringing our temps down to -3F at night and single digits during the day. The animals did great and everything went fine. It was fun to be snuggled up indoors for a few days.
Pansy has gone to the breeder to spend time with a buck. Little Miss is definitely missing her, as am I, surprisingly. I didn’t realize how attached I was to that goat. Once the breeder sees her get bred we will wait at least 21 days to be sure she doesn’t come back into heat, and then we will go get her and bring her home. Here she is with the buck:
Our sheep breeding season will start later this week as well. We have decided which ram will go with which ewes and will split them up on Saturday.
The firewood chopping and stacking continues as we prepare for keeping the house warm this winter.
I am continuing to work on my second weaving project – a set of 5 dish towels. I am getting close to done and am excited to see them off the loom!