I am using the new griddle so much I have decided to leave it in place and store the grate. This morning I used it to scramble two eggs, heat my tortillas and had a favorite breakfast with my salsa liberally spooned on. DH had his usual oatmeal.
This was milking morning. All went well and she seemed to be up a little in her milk. DH is still side assisting and I still dump into the strainer container half way through. Here the sweetie (I jest!) leaving for the lot after milking.
That shed way in the background is pretty close to our west property line.
Before I came in, I filled all the bird feeders. I still haven't made the suet cakes but have only found one feeder for them so far.....may still be in a west tree.
Yesterday was the day to go to town and see if I could get my MIL's printer straightened out again. It was a simple fix of replacing both cartridges and aligning the print....I sure hope that takes care of it for her.
After having lunch with them we headed back to the farm. We stopped first at the new Price Cutter super market (a local owned chain). What fun! It is supposed to be designed more on the line of European markets...........I will never know if that is true or not!
Lovely store with a great line of bulk organic things. I stocked up on sea salt, sesame seeds, 10 grain mix, a little soy flour (more on that later when I do a bread post), extensive deli where you can sit and eat. There is a separate restaurant also.
I found my favorite pyrex pie plates and glass salt and pepper shakers the size I wanted next to the range, so into the cart they went.
We will definitely be going back to check out more things. I don't think it is much farther than going to the Wal Mart and so much more pleasant.