Seven Weeks After the Storm

The shed row barn was finished yesterday! I’m in the process of setting up the hens in the barn and should have pictures in the next few days. The property is cleaned up and all the debris from the barn has been hauled away.  Yay! It’s starting to look like home again.

In two weeks the block wall fencing and RV gates will be repaired. All that’s left are a few downed trees that need to be cut up and taken away. Easy, then again, it is one of those man jobs, so I won’t hold my breath waiting on that one. lol

All the hens survived the chaos, the inadequate living conditions, and the heat, which has been between 106 and 108 for over a week.  But this weekend the temperatures are dropping a bit offering them some relief. With a little luck, I’ll get them moved into their brand new barn by Monday.  Pictures coming soon!

Hang in there girls!

 

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About tbnranch

amy elizabeth, writer, author, antique dealer. Lives in the northeastern reaches of the Sonoran Desert on a small hobby farm.
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One Response to Seven Weeks After the Storm

  1. canaf says:

    Nice the girls will get some relief from the heat and a new home :-).

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