That Doesn’t Look Like Wood


The new pallet wood shed is misbehaving already. We picked up nearly 100 square bales yesterday (Ross helped! we’re putting him to work here!) and the wood shed invited them right in.

That’s the Crooked Little Hen, by the way, if you’re wondering how she’s doing.

She’s doing just fine!

If you’re one of her besties, like me, you can just call her Crooked for short.

“Hello, Crooked! How you doin’?”

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 9, 2011  

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  1. 10-9

    Uh Oh! Unauthorized use of a woodshed. But who needs a woodshed on such a sunny (and warm) day.

  2. 10-9

    That will probably keep the hay and the wood will be closer to the house under the house, right?? Just a little change fo plans. How was the trip home? Hope you had a great trip!

  3. 10-9

    Glad to see things dried up enough to make hay and get it in under cover!

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