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So much wood to split…

With all this nice weather we’ve been having, I think I’ve been living in denial that winter is coming. But, seeing others’ pictures of snow and the plummeting temperatures in the forecast, I decided I’d better take advantage of the good weather while it lasted and winterized. We mowed one last time, finished splitting (most of) the wood…

So much crushed limestone…
 …fixed the footing in the horse’s shed so it won’t be so muddy and stocked up on animal feed…
 …and covered the wood to keep it dry.
The horses are so  spoiled that they nap while having their mani/pedi’s.

The horses got their feet trimmed and I picked up a couple more bales of hay, this time actually putting them out for the horses to nibble. And, naturally, the kids always enjoy playing on them, too.

Henry conquering the slide.

After all the work, of course, we had to enjoy some playtime, too. Who knows when we’ll be getting nice weather like this again!

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