Sunday was more of a down day since the Mister and Emily were fighting a cold. I decided to pull one of these from Sandra. Thinking ahead right before we moved, I ordered kits knowing everything was stuffed into storage. We had to fish a bag of horse feed out of one yesterday, let me just say it was all the way in the back of one of the three units.
I'm glad I had the forethought to place the background fabric along with the kits. Now, I'm ready for prep work while I wait for gravel to be delivered for the driveway and propane for heat.
Saturday was a nice warmer day. We lost almost all of our snow, with just the right amount of sunshine to dry the lots a little around our new place. We're trying to decide if we want to rent or purchase a used Skid steer. The Mister had 2 to call on Saturday, of which, both were sold. Since this was the case, we stopped in town to rent one for next weekend. Hopefully, we'll be dry enough to get the barns cleared out along with all the goat mess in the lots. Last week, we mostly worked by hand getting the horse barn clean. WOW is all I can say. This is a photo of just some of what we cleaned.
While we were working, the moon was rising on the horizon. I couldn't help but try to grab a shot. I think this is one of the better ones. I'm still trying to learn my new camera.
And did you know, you can bake (or cook) brownies in a table top oven type slow cooker? The edges were a little brown on mine because I didn't check them enough. I mixed them straight from the box, using 300 degrees instead of the recommended baking of 350 degrees. Cook time was a little over 30 minutes. Plus, asparagus cooked in the same cooker (my first time trying Sunday) was the best I've ever cooked, taking about 2 hours on 300 degrees. I just kept checking it with a fork till it was tender enough.