Hello, remember me? March turned out to be such a hectic month. I gave up on my goals since I was doing good to finish all of the necessary day to day tasks. I am crossing my fingers (and toes) that things are now back to normal.
My pepper and tomato seedlings are doing well. I need to start some herb seeds this weekend. The temperatures are still up and down here so I am going to hold off on planting outside.
Spring on our little hobby farm usually means baby chicks. This is the first batch which are mostly australorps. We only have three hens currently and need to add to the flock. We have some turkey eggs in the incubator and should hopefully have baby turkeys soon.
The quail are laying some eggs and have created a nice little nest. Time will tell if they decide to sit on the eggs or not.
Tucker spends most of his spring days near the peafowl/quail pen or in the rabbit house.
The peacocks (and peahens) love swinging in the spring sunshine.
The blooming oak trees have kept me indoors most of the week. I have spent the time working on crochet projects for an upcoming farmers' market. I am looking forward to enjoying some warm spring weather outside in a few weeks.