I just finished ten Ashford style Jumbo bobbins and put them in the shop and on our web site along with all the other fiber tools I make. http://www.cluckinacritterfarm.com/cluckin_a_critter_farm,_llc_019.htm
Gladys (or Glenn) returned to the outdoors yesterday since the lake is thawed and open again. She (he) was really happy to be back out in the wild, enjoying freedom as nature intended. I use Gladys (Glenn) because we don’t know whether it is a male or female. In all the time we’ve been caring for it there has been no eggs, but we didn’t know if that was because of the broken wing or not. As of right now…after lots of silent, peaceful time in captivity and the fact that we don’t scare it while feeding…and since we have never gotten an egg…and the other wild geese chase him off the water, (that really doesn’t happen with a female) we are going to begin calling HIM Glenn as of right now.
Other than this news, things are about the same, with funny things happening as usual as we get ready for Passover and Easter. Below are a few pictures...
Beautiful flowers, beautiful weather...beautiful time of the year...
|Here comes Peter Cotton tail...hopping down the bunny trail...uhhh|
WHAT...is everybody looking at?? How RUDE!!!
I scared Chester and he "fled by camalid..."
|I opened the door, Chester Jumped and landed on Bollero...|
Ring around the rosy...Chester sure looks cozy...
|Chester went all the way around the post with Bollero...|