Was grooming Maggie after I had driven her in her HyperBike this morning...and saw the goats playing.. King of the Mountain, on Dyfra's back. Funny how much she was enjoying it. By the time I was able to retrieve my camera, the goats had settled down for a nap and Max won.... Sid ended up on the ground floor, chewing his cud. Have I ever told you, how much Dyfra loves her little evil Minions? LOL
Have been remiss, on sharing food photos.... so.....
Homemade loaves of bread, made yesterday. The one on the left was properly kneaded... the one on the right... happens, when you have over done it with chores and don't knead it enough.... but it will still taste good. ;O)
Stuffed Bell Peppers with a Sheep's cheese cap. Dinner for tonight... all ready to go! The loaf of bread in the back... part of the two Loaves I made yesterday. ;O)
Went to the big Marine base up north, to go food shopping yesterday. Then we decided to go to the Marine base museum. I did not think it would be any good... but boy was I wrong. Very well thought out and lots of well done, dioramas. Only down side... if you are handicapped, bring your own scooter.
The front entrance.
An I beam from one of the Twin Towers from 9/11. That was humbling, to say the least.
Above, an later Corsair model I didn't know about.... so I feel another Fighter painting coming on!
DH built the first raised bed. We plan to have the garden, in raised beds. Will be easier to care for in the heat we have here, easier for me to keep weeded and the clean lines will help us see any snakes. I just hope I never see any snakes!! Wanted to put Asparagus in first... but of course, I have been unable to find Asparagus starts locally. Was hoping to have a couple of perennial Veggie beds in before winter. That is not going to happen sadly.
One of the Cherry trees, is doing better. Earlier in the summer it was attacked to the point of having no leaves. Japanese Beatles are bad around here, along with the seemingly thousands of weird bugs, but the chickens should sort that out by next year.
Photo of the wee Orchard and the front field on the property.The other cherry trees are a bit bare of leaves but they are still alive. I hope they make it through winter.Has been more of a challenge to grow fruit trees here, than any where else in the country we have lived.
We went to the Air and Space Museum last Sept, to see Neil Armstrong's, gloves and helmet. They were only on display for 2 weeks, before they were safely stored again. Incredible he was the first man on the moon and we had the rare pleasure of seeing part of his Moon/Space suit in person.
The Shuttle Discovery is now set up a little better, so it is easier to see. Really liked this angle. I have a lot more pictures to sort through, might take me a couple of weeks but I will get them up as soon as possible. ;O)
Boy...do we have eggs and more eggs and.... First time we have had commercial breeds... think I have said that before. However, it is still impressive to me, just how many eggs they give us. Also have to admit, they are some of the best tasting eggs we have ever had...added plus the bright, almost orange yolks. Can see the really dark wee "egg fart"... on top, that is what they called them back when... So.. I just had to show you, one of the many pretty baskets of eggs we gather each day.