It was beautiful. And now it is not.
Chickens were moved from the brooder to the outdoors and were happy to get to grass.
Laying hens had new straw added to their nests, and began the process of winding it into a bowl shape for egg deposits.
The big branches were relocated for the beginning of a bonfire pile for fall.
And spinach with garlic from out back, potatoes and a ham slice were had for dinner.
Then wind kicked up like out of an L. Frank Baum novel. We will see the damage in the morning. From 60 degrees yesterday to 18 tomorrow morning.
And I was getting used to not feeling like I'm freezing. Another day in heavier clothes!