The weather couldn't have been better, it was shirtsleeve weather both working days.
This was errand day but we gave up after two stores and just come home in time for lunch. We will finish tomorrow and, thankfully, they will all be local.
I wanted to be here because A(our helper) will be here to finish with my shrub border and some other small chores in the yard. I have a limb that constantly knocks me half off the mower that I want removed all the way to the trunk of the tree, another smaller shrub border on the west side to remove and I think that will catch up all the things I can't/don't want to do.
He did a fantastic job yesterday on the overgrown front shrub border that is east of the drive. It faces south. I found out he also works for a landscaper! Is this boy a dynamite find or not....He also does painting. Hopefully we can get him to do the outbuildings shortly.
The area is now completely clear. I do see small sprouts of the rugosa rose, Therese Bugnet, coming through. I didn't want to loose it. It has a lovely double medium pink bloom and the smell is wonderful.
I failed to get a picture of the new area.
We got 15 eggs yesterday.
I took this shot that should have gone with my "feeding the cows" episode, but failed to include it.
I took this from the west porch and it is about 6 acres away using the zoom lens. This is the herd eating the new hay.
and last but certainly not least, I noticed two days ago two clumps of daffs have opened: