I started doing some baking the last few weeks, couple different loaves of bread some roll and a few batches of cookies. It looks like 3rd times a charm with the bread
previous ones weren't ideal. Mostly due to density but these ones came out light and fluffy, that's two loaves of jalepeno and smoked Gouda and a loaf and what's left of rosemary and garlic.
My second batch of cookies turned out really good too. Bacon chocolate chip
Finished framing up and wiring another box yesterday.
Now to fill it and that will leave me with another 9 to redo, only 2 left to empty before the space is clear to start fixing it up for the turkeys.
Originally Posted by dan26552
What kind of fruit trees are they?
Bing cherry, Alberta peach, and 3 varients of Asian pear and 4 apple grafted to single trees. Gonna head to the local nursery in the next few days to see what they have or is coming in.
Originally Posted by aart
Headlamp...one of the number one
tools I ever
Use it every night to count chicken before locking coop up.....
......and for many other tasks, the older I get the more I use it.
ETA: get one that has a tilt base.
Used to sport one when I lived in Yosemite, then again I was outside alot more at night. They are very handy
Im gonna need every hour I can squeeze in to work around here daylight or not.
Originally Posted by Angie16hearts
We all have a headlamp around here.
give one to your daughter when she starts to read on her own or to look at pictures. They will sit in bed for 30-1 hour reading. Thinking they are cool. My boys have a huge love for reading because of the headlamps.
Tress look good! Is that feather meal spread around?
The love the speaker idea. Did you put it in coop or did they find it themselves ?
Hope all is well with everyone !
My first Blue Isbar egg.
She's already so curious and loves to play with this little magnet flashlight I can only imagine her with a headlamp.
Around the trees is just some pineshavings that the roots were packed in to help keep them moist, figured it wouldn't hurt to just spread em out around it. I did use straight compost when I filled the holes back in around the trees tho. Nice healthy boost to start them off. The speaker boxes got moved into the coop before the weather got to bad, the water would ruin them for sure being super cheap partical board. As many funny spots as they lay they would have found them outside eventually, had to pull another egg from that 6inch gap between my porch and concrete under neath. Great looking egg, looks like the same color as my green one
my ee's seem to be taking a light break, not as many blues as the initial rush, it is still winter after all so I'm not to worried.
Onwards and upwards