Sunday Snapshots on Monday

The three day weekend gave us lots of time to work on home projects. It’s a bit scary that summer will soon be over!

new fangled compost bin

Paul's second new fangled compost bin - large enough for the tractor

Banty coop in progress

Bantam chicken coop in progress - named "the Banty B and B." No Dad, it's not going to live on the deck!

Four week-old turkeys on a roost

Four week-old turkeys on a roost.

Cat cuteness

Cat cuteness - Cinder in her "spot" on the back of the sofa near my shoulder.

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