Wednesday, July 25, 2012


We got one heck of a load of hay put in the shop this past weekend. I've never purchased 250 bales before. We weren't even sure it would fit in the one side of the shop (the shop is divided up into two sides...Sean's side and Sean's other side which is now my side). So Saturday morning we headed out bright and early to remove everything and place it outside and await the delivery of all that prairie hay. Jessica and her family are super awesome people and keep hooking me up with hay every year. I can't thank them enough for helping me out.

I was sad since the truck wouldn't have a home anymore due to the massive amount of hay. Leaving any vehicle outside opens it up to being hailed on (a common occurrence around these parts). So Rich, Sean and I moved it all around, placing it in every nook and cranny until a perfect truck sized space could be achieved. I wish I could say the same for the mowers, mini bikes & wood chipper. They are outside until we can figure out where to put them. Thankfully there is no rain forecasted for the next two years so we don't have to worry about them being rained on. Ugh.

 Nice pathway to the other side of the shop.

 I'm going to really have to suck it in to get over to the chicken coop door.


Hoofprints said...

LOL!! I hope you're not going out of town anytime soon and need me to feed your chickens. Because I'm positive that my preggo belly ain't fittin' down that path! And ironically's raining, lol.

Granny Randi said...

WOW...that's a lot of bales! Glad you're putting Rich to work.