Thursday, May 13, 2010

Fencing Day

Throughout April my Worker Boy seemed to be given the task of pulling me out of the mud. I got stuck going through the pasture, stuck on one of the grid roads that I didn't realize would be so muddy, stuck with the quad when I got too close to the slough. He'd get home and ask what was new and I would say "nothing, same old same old...I'm stuck again."

So you can imagine my delight when we were fencing and he got the tractor stuck. Well, not really delight be it was nice to know that I wasn't the only person who could get stuck in the mud. At least I'm not a stick in the mud as my Auntie Stel used to say.

Worker Boy had to call on our neighbour to bring over his big Alice Chamers (not sure if the spelling is correct) to lend some aid to the situation. Thanks Cal.

After the fence work was done I got into our truck to head back to the house and guess what...I got stuck.


  1. Thanks for visiting my blog and I am enjoying reading your's. Actually I got as far as the Cotswold fleece and was side tracked because I have three white Cotswolds. Shirley, Goodness, and Mercy. They are lovely.
    Sorry I missed the contest. I'll keep watching and reading in case you have another one in the future.
    From the looks of your knittig your are not a Lazy Knitter but then I am called the Lazy Farmer and....

    Hahahahahaha! I LOVE the names of your sheep! I know that psalm! Yes, I try to have contests every few months just for fun. Thanks for stopping by!
    Eventually you will find out about just how many UFO's I have... you'll understand then about the "Lazy" part! LOL!! Sorry I had to reply this way but Google hides email addresses from commenters.

  2. What's farm adventures have happened since mid-May Lazy Farmer? Is Miss Emma back to her svelte self yet? And how the heck is Twig? How about all his sheepish friends?