It was sunny this weekend. This really brings out the colors of some of the animals. Some of the Shetland sheep
and the peacock were particularly pretty.
It also meant that we could spread manure!!! Exciting, I know. We rented a small spreader from the Skagit Conservation District. Although it is small, it is very efficient.
It seemed easier this year. This might be because I stopped helping after 1/2 day because my feet were starting to bother me on Friday, and I worked on Saturday. When I came back Sunday, it was all done (by Tom)! But the barns and the pens are all cleaned out, and we are ready for another winter.
It is so nice having Wally home again. She is actually starting to hang out on my lap a little, which she never did before her “adventure”. She is spending more time on the back porch as well rather than exploring the yard. I think whatever happened to her really scared her.
I do want to put in a shout out to Three Retrievers Lost Pet Rescue. They have excellent information on the website for how to find a lost pet. I had contacted them to do a search for Wally, and I received a return call today. Thankfully I didn’t need their services, but it is nice to know that they are available if needed. I didn’t want to not know what happened. We are locking her in at night, and I have ordered a tile for her collar. All three of us do not want to go through that experience again.