First, here is the storm cloud east of Everett when we were driving home after our trip to Portland. It was impressive in the fading sun.
While I was at work on Saturday, Tom brought home this trailer. It was free. He is hoping to restore it and possibly sell it then. He was able to remove some of the paint and reveal the company name, Gilbralter. Unfortunately we cannot find anything about them. If you know anything, please let us know.
There are some cute aspects still inside.
The Rhododendron nearby is blooming nicely.
The bees are doing well. They have filled their second level so I added a third. I did get stung though. One found a tiny gap between my sleeve and my leather glove. So my right wrist is pretty swollen now.
The turkey poults are growing quickly. They like to hang out on top of the heating unit.
There is a hen setting on 13 eggs in the hay loft. So there may be more chicks in our future.
The now confirmed young peacock is starting to get some subtle green in his tail feathers.
And finally I finished plying the Gotland singles that I have spun at and after the retreat that I went to in March. I think they turned out well. It is now in skeins, washed and drying. Not sure what it wants to be yet.
That’s all the news that’s fit to print from Schoonover Farm.