Hi everyone! Hope your weekend was a lovely and productive one!
We kicked off our Sunday with our annual fall goatbarn clean-up. We like to go down to the dirt twice a year-spring and fall-for the ladies, and since archery season opens here in PA next weekend, this weekend was the deadline so I was informed. So come 8 AM we had the Kubota hooked to the manure spreader and were off and forking!
Before we can get to the interior we have to eliminate the large manure pile that bars the path to the door.
First load goes on the corn patch!
The white hats.
After a few hours we had achieved this!
Now we could get inside and lo and behold more forking!
Now with so much forking going on it`s only a matter of time until someone gets a tine in the bottom. This time it was Mister`s bottom and my tine. *Giggles behind hand* I only made a small hole in his pants and no blood was lost.
Finally the last load is in the spreader and we`re on our way to the fields to fertilize. This is from the Kubota as we made that long anticipated last trip. Some nice colors beginning on the trees!
After dinner (Scalloped potatos with ham and apple pie ) it`s now time to call it a night. Methinks I`ll visit some of my bloggin` buddies then take a long, long bubble bath.
Have a good night gang!