Fall chores of construction and bed prep continues while the cold of winter creeps closer and makes outdoor work a little harder and a little more urgent. Each step gets the chickens a little closer to being completely warm and dry for the coming winter.
There are still dried flowers from summer left that get turned into wreaths to enjoy in the winter and with the shorter daylight for outdoor work come more time for indoor weaving work.
Those crafts will be available this weekend at the Heritage Museums Holiday Bazaar and more events (TBA) throughout the coming holiday season!
These wreaths and many more will be available this Friday and Saturday at the Heritage Museums Holiday Bazaar. I'll also have some handwoven scarves, dragon hair clips, and a few dried flower barrettes! Stop by from 4-7pm this Friday or 10-4pm this Saturday at the museum!
Eggs are coming soon!
The yearly molt is almost done (just a few stragglers are fluffing out) and then the winter lights get turned on to give them more daylight hours and then they start laying again!
I'm Farmer Megan with a life full of cackles, clucks, quacks, weeds, crazy kitten, and one tiny, senior, blind dog.