We determined last summer that this foal would be Mary's, so she is thinking about what she wants to name him. He is a colt, with a black mane, but a lighter shade of black on the rest of him. His sire's name is Black Dynamite, so he looks like his sire.
We now are looking for Lady, our other mare, to foal because she was bred at the same time. The suspense of it all!
These are some of our chickens.And the rooster up close.And right in the middle of a big crow.Here is Achumani, our lead llama, checking out the new colt.Peter was out in the middle of it all.And the calf has not yet perished! Wendy - I think you can safely come over and see it now, especially since we've got the colt to show off also!
And here's Buttercup.
Our chicks are doing fine.
And in between and all around all this farm excitement, here is a copy of my Google Calendar for today. (You have to double click on it to see it properly). It is a doozy. All six children and two coaches (Bruce and I) had soccer practice today from 5:00 - to 7:15. And throw in there dance for Jesse, and piano lessons later in the evening. Not to mention milking the cow!!! Craziness...