While Gwyneth visits nan's houseAudrey stays awake and alert to see where the hands might be at all times.
She's no dummy!
Gwynn is walking now so ....."Look out, Audrey." Don't worry, I'll save you."
We spent a good part of this day out at the property removing all the barn-board and 100 year old straw and dirt from inside the chicken coop. As I said before, and some of you might be getting tired of this, we are taking down the coop to rebuild it stronger and off the lot line.
The loft was cleaned out of all the raccoon poop and squirrel nests. The barn-board was removed and placed carefully in the loft for now. Next it will be the logs that will be taken down and piled for reconstruction in the Spring of 2015.
It was a perfect day for working outside again. The sun showed it's face for a short time but most of the day was cloudy but warm.
I have hung this little bird feeder in a Maple close to the road for the local birds to enjoy. Today the wasps seemed to find it first. Can you spot Kane to the right? He's just strolling around the property. :)
Here's a few photos from our day.
This is going to be some project but I am really looking forward to it.
Audrey seems a little apprehensive. :-)ReplyDelete
Gwynn walking? Oh boy....look out!ReplyDelete
Looks like a lot of work.....
It's no secret...Puddy~Tats do like children..ReplyDelete
And, they can always walk away when they've
Apparently, when l was born...I did'nt have a cot.
I slept in a crib...A Moses basket in fact, with a pink
cushion and sheet/cover...I often thought since...Perhaps
mia Mama..She push me down the river in it...! HeHe!
We had a pure white cat at the time, called Kitty...And,
she always slept in the crib with me, curled up at my feet!
I do remember her, but only vaguely...And, l do have photos!
My cats want to tell Audrey that we are a child free zone, in case she needs a bolt hole!ReplyDelete
I'll pass on your message, Jane. Don't be surprised if she is at your door.ReplyDelete
I see what you mean about the wasps, we had a few around at lunchtime today (we eat outdoors). Love your shed, if it was mine I'd make it into my bolt-hole.ReplyDelete
Is it going to be a chicken house one again?ReplyDelete
Love that coop! Want one for myself, and I'd make it into a feral cat housing unit...and may even sleep in there once in awhile...lol! You captured Audrey's expression well; she's on guard!ReplyDelete
Looks like a lot of work, but well worthwhile. I expect your cats are going to be specializing in finding hidey holes now that she's walking!ReplyDelete
Charlie knows how to run away when Tiger is here. He does come out now and then to explore and lets Tiger pet him. What an adorable girl Gywnn is! Yes you have to get that outdoor work done while you can. It's gorgeous there!ReplyDelete
Hi, nice to meet you here. That is a big project, what will it be?ReplyDelete