Sheena ran right to the big wallowing puddle and quickly dropped to roll. She too was happy to be back.
Her colt was not sure what was going on, he had never been off the farm and this place was all new to him.Ella couldn't wait to get in the water and was joined by Whitney.
Joanna, Lily's filly came right up to greet us.
Ayanna's colt is extra friendly, he likes hugs.
Below is Star's filly, she is more shy but curious and also came up to greet us. This filly has the mega hair. Check out her mane at just 3 and a half months old.
Below is Lola's filly April. She is maturing beautifully and will be quite the looker when that faded foal coat sheds. She is also very friendly and enjoys being petted.
The amount of pus that came out was amazing. She felt much better once Jaclyn had drained it.
The bucket was taken off and the bale spear put on the tractor so we could move a bale in Ribbon's paddock. After supper Mark took the tractor and graded the driveways. Each time it rains the gravel runs down the road and holes appear in the drive. The grader brings the gravel back up and fills in the holes. It's a pretty amazing machine.
My next job was the dreaded grocery shopping. We are leaving Saturday for a week at Ken Hoerr's lake house at Diamond Lake in Michigan. There are no mega stores any where near there so the bulk of the groceries for all 19 of us Sceggels going must be purchased and hauled to the house. The meat and 2 gallons of drinking water were taken over to Joan's freezer as she had room. We will need to take the big cooler with us. Rhoda is coming tomorrow so hopefully I can send some with her.