Looks pretty cool. We had bought this sometime when we'd been in Fredericksburg together. Love it.
As I was driving on out I hollered to David that Rose and her new calf were up front now and then I realized that it wasn't Rose and the calf was brand new. #2 Maddie just had her calf.The calf was still wet and so cute. This makes number 5. We now have a heard of 16. Dang. We will need to start reducing that number. Won't be able to feed everyone when we only have hay to feed them.
I guess Ferdinand did do his job.
reasonable. I like old buildings and sometimes wonder about the history behind them. I snapped
this picture of it and I have emailed Cameron's Chamber of Commerce to see if I could find out the history behind the building. No answer yet but here's the picture.
The weekend of the November 14th marks 30 days since the pacemaker implant and I can now raise my left arm above my shoulder. Yahooo
Thanksgiving was spent with us and Pamela and that's it. Between Covid and life everyone else went in other directions. Such is life. I missed everyone. Should of taken some pictures but I was slacking during the day. We had ham, but instead of turkey David cooked us a chicken in his oil less fryer. That chicken was 5 pounds of good. Our friends the Harper's raise broiler chickens. No water inserted like the ones you buy at the stores or preservatives. All raised on their farm.
It was a great way to end the evening. Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving.