Although Sunday, my terrific contractor and his helpers are feverishly working to set all the fence posts prior to the bad weather due to town tomorrow. Lauren, Kona and I made another trip with more stuff. Each of the horses have a container containing their blanket wardrobes. Of course, there are a couple of unnamed bins that just contain the “extras”.
The workers were finalizing the arena fencing while another started stripping the grass to expose the dirt. Once the arena is cleared and leveled the trucks will start showing up with tons of sand. The team is working so hard! Not sure just how many loads of fill will be needed this jumbo arena. Could get a little pricey! And I am sure I will need to add more later. Pretty sure it would be just as effective to line dollar bills one after another.
We got back to Wharton in the early afternoon. I needed a break and time to re-group. I also was anxious to spend some time with my sweet momma. We will hopefully move furniture, dogs, cats and horses by Thursday! Happening fast!
Sick of Kona? NEVER! I had a poodle cross (a “golden poo,” as her first vet called her). She too was “in every picture.”
Well, I am never sick of him. Good dogs,eh?
Such an exciting time for you and your daughter. Very happy for you that you have finally found your dream farm. Looking forward to hearing about all of the new adventures that will be occurring. I bet all of the four-legged creatures are going to love their new home also. Best of luck!
Thank you for the kind words. Yes, it is very exciting although I am feeling a little like a train rolled over me this morning. Guess it is good I am back at work so I can catch up!
Love the new farm. It is beautiful…plenty of room to grow.