The wind was sooooo strong from the northeast yesterday and I needed to get hay down from the haymow. The big doors open to the north and I was afraid I would have trouble getting them closed.
I hadn’t used the inside trap door for several years but it worked fine and I climbed upstairs to the haymow.
This is our dwindling stack of hay bales to feed the goats through the winter—-covered to keep them clean. (I hope they can eat green grass soon – before I run out of hay!)
I put my hand on the corner of the tarp to pull it back and felt fur! Who knew what could be under there????? I carefully pulled it back and — wait for it!—- out came Colton! Ha! We never knew where he hung out when he wasn’t in the house – I could never see him up in the haymow and now I know why – he was sleeping under the
I threw down a couple bales and Colton followed me to peek downstairs.
He decided to stay there and I closed the trap door – much easier than hauling the bales outside.
Last night the wind was scary against my east windows and we got several inches of rain. This is my yard this morning – remember all those sticks I picked up just two days ago? Grrrrr….
On a much happier note – MEET IVY!! This is Sam’s golden doodle puppy – could she be any cuter?