Its that time of year again.
Time to get the log splitter out and get our wood ready for Winter.
Hubby has collected some big logs over the past few years and this saves us so much money. I think the price of a tonne of wood is $130 and you don't get much for that price!
The wood shed is now full again. Enough for two years burning.
Hubby has a new hobby. He has restored this 1914 rifle back to its original glory. He has done a fantastic job! This rifle was owned by hubby's grandfather. He did not fight in the war, but came by this rifle later and used it on their farm. It would be very interesting to find out its full history. The original solder who this rifle belonged to would be good to know...
See our new additions?
We were gifted these two cuties.
They were given in exchange for fertile eggs from our girls.
Two little silkie hens. I am yet to name them, but I am thinking Chinese names would be suitable, as this is where they originate from. The white girl is very forthright and the black girl is timid in nature.
They have settled in nicely.
Our other chooks give them the occasional peck, but otherwise all is well in their world.
It is wet outside again today.
Fire is on, the house quiet so a chance for some "me" time.
Hope all is well in your neck of the woods.