I have been trying to catch a video of Steve as he runs around the back four. This is the best I have done so far. He loves it out there.
This shows how camo Sonja is this time of year. You can barely see her.
The hay loft rooster chicks are all grown up. They are hanging out in the old pheasant pen, away from the other rooster drama.
Here is the apple tree that the Norway spruce fell on in the windstorm. Tom got the tree off and uprighted it as best he could.
And here is the Golden Egg Plum tree. The spruce branches are still on it because Tom’s injured knee started hurting. This tree used to be huge. I will try to get the remaining branches off so it can get some light anyway.
But most of our week has been consumed with our beagle puppy, Ryeleigh. Here I am watching football with her last weekend.
And Tom watching football with her as well.
He played with her,
and she slept more. I cut up one of my socks to try to keep her warm on her many bathroom breaks outside.
I wanted to compare her to a toy beagle puppy I had bought from Tom quite a few years ago. There is a slight resemblance.
Steve suddenly wants to be in the house. This is quite odd, but we are happy with it. This puppy is a huge change for Steve to adapt to so we are trying to make him feel loved.
This is today.
Tom had bought her a proper puppy sweater. I didn’t realize it initially, but it says barndog on the label. I thought that was appropriate.
Most of the photos are of her sleeping because it is hard to get a decent photo of her when she is awake, she is so quick. I love that her paws are out of her crate,
and in this one her ear is flopped up.
That is our week. Mostly chasing after a beagle puppy. Wish us luck.