Balmy warm weather, sunshine and spending time outdoors was the best thing about our week on the homestead. Look at the shiny hackles on this Heritage Rhode Island Red.
The temperature got up to the 60’s for a few days and we spotted the first Phoebe, Rufus Sided Towee and Robin of the season.
The weather warmed up enough I could remove the protective burlap from the yews. Sisters, sisters / There were never such devoted sisters /
A Rhodie is drawf-ed by the oak logs target for hatcket practice.
The chickens are interested in our water totes containment center.
Hey baby…what’s happening?
Drying the burlap on the vegetable garden fencing.
Our chickens enjoying the sunshine in the open run near the enclosed Rhodies run.
We put up two more bluebird boxes this week.
Small House homesteader, Donna