Of friends, and from friends. These two ladies are a blessing. They dropped by the other day bringing the gorgeous horse hay over. But just the visit would have been nice enough. Good times.
Ashlee is just beginning her driving career, so we had to get a photo of her getting into her chariot for the day.
But mom, Elaine, drove down to our little barn while I led the way.
And Michael and Ashlee rode in high style.
"Oh!" the girls say, "Is that for us?"
Practicing the Barbie wave.
Moving the Sukkah lumber out of the way.
Smells like a lovely meadow.
The bales were quite light, but I showed Ashlee how to use hay hooks; a leftover from my days of moving 120-140 pound alfalfa bales in baling wire. These light bales with twine are easy to pick up and move with just your hands.
Boy, Gary had really packed these in! Took several of us to get one out of the bottom.
Ashlee taking the first hay treat to the girls.
And did you notice?
X marks the spot!
Follow that, and you are home.