Friday, March 13, 2009

A day on the farm

Well I have been doing a bit of this ..........................

and a bit of
My husband is away today and I have been doing a bit of sewing while I was irrigating very dry paddocks.  We have had 10ml in the last couple of day witch has been great, but a lot more would be good.  After irrigating we need follow up rain to keep it growing.  We are starting to try and get some feed for the cows that start calving in June.   


Sandi said...

Your quilt is coming along. Looking fabulous!!!
I'll send down some of our rain :) Our ducks have had a lovely time playing in the puddles.

Crispy said...

Your Gardening quilt is lookin' good. Boy it really does look dry there. It always amazes me that the ranchers don't loose most of their calves since most are born during the coldest part of the winter in North Dakota. It was 10 below zero 2 days ago and this winter has been long and hard, but I guess the little ones are sturdy and can handle it.


Lurline said...

Gorgeous - our rain will come soon and I'll send some to you!
Hugs - Lurline♥

MYRA said...

Your quilt is coming together nicely! Looks good!
Wishing you lots of rain soon!
Have a good weekend!

Quilter Going Bananas said...

Your Garden quilt is lookin' good! I'll send you some of our snow before it melts away, alright? LOL
Hope it rains soon but not too much!

Chookyblue...... said...

arhh.........look thru the fence ....I thought you had been fencing til I read was pulling out an old fence last week.......where does your water come from?

Julia said...

Love the quilt..
Wishing you rain Kerri, we could do with a bit too..
38 degrees here on Sunday..
Julia ♥

Sara said...

Love the quilt! Its great.
I hope you get some rain soon, I would gladly send you some!


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