It is predicted that we'll be in the 70s today. Spring bulbs have begun to emerge and I am getting nervous. If the fruit trees blossom out, we are sure to get zapped when winter returns.
Rain is predicted again, although we've seen precious few raindrops this February.
All in all, this is the strangest February I can remember.
Two new baby cowies were born last week. It was good that they were born in temperate weather and got to see some sunshine for their starts in life. There is no grass growing to speak of and big round bales are being delivered to the pasture daily.
We've been hard at work in the goat maternity barn, getting ready for Spring births. We put three new storage cabinets together and moved the refrigerator to the upper area near the sink and cabinets. It will be good to be able to find things with the expanded storage. If you need a towel or a rag or meds quickly, it will be possible to get hands on stuff.
Today, I'll sweep up and maybe even put sawdust in the birthing stalls. We'll get some help and move square bales in so that we are ready. I am fully expecting snow in April -- that will demonstrate that Mother Nature will not be thwarted.