Friday, October 30, 2015
Our First Blue Egg
Had a very busy day around here today. I finished hauling dirt and old manure to the gateway and filling in the ruts. Then had to hang out around the barn waiting for the people who borrowed the log splitter to bring it back. While I was up there messing around a nice couple pulled into the drive way and asked if I would sell one of my 8N's.
So I sold them the one I just bought. Seriously. I even offered to deliver it to them because they couldn't figure out how to get it home. I have a date for Sunday to bring it to them.
Guess I need another tractor now. Maybe a Jubilee this time is I can find one.
I made a trip through the barn while I waited and found a light blue egg. Guess that means the easter egger hens are now laying or at least one of them is. Mrs. PP has been all smiles about it. She is even taking a picture of it now which I didn't do. I stole the picture you see up top but that array pretty much looks exactly like what appears to be our normal egg production each day now. From very light tan to medium and dark brown with a pale green and now the blue. Still no white speckled one though from the Hamburg hen.
I then collected up all the posts for the next fencing job and then got a call scheduling a trip to far Western Nebraska for Monday. Guess I won't get the posts dug until Tuesday at this rate.
Oh and Mrs. PP is making me take her out to dinner tonight.
Barely had time to stop and write this post!!!!
Keep Prepping Everyone!!!!!!!