north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 12:14 PM GMT on June 03, 2012

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06:50, 67F, clear. sheep seem to have weathered the shearing o.k. just from a cursory look into the barn. roosters up. shearers sleeping. got to be out of here by 8:30.. scarlet kingsnake disappearing into the palmettos.
09:10, medium tide coming in at CK. sunny, a light chop. 70's.
the scrapie eartags that I needed yesterday for the lambs were in my mailbox today.. I will have to tag them when I sell them now.
11:30. pileated woodpecker in the lane. locked up yard dogs. covered the lilies, and let the sheep into the yard. it was getting to look like a meadow. the 3 day old is in the yard with his mom sticking close.
14:50, 105F in the sun at the back door. 89F at the front door under the porch roof. keeping an eye on them sheep.. hung out a wash.
18:59, 89F, no breeze. sheep back in fold. they did a good job, esp. on the weeds. got 3 eggs. pileated woodpecker in donkey woodlot. wash dry.
20:20, 79F. looks like a full moon out to the east over the sheep pasture. a few stars. a haze. 21:20, 77F. calm. lovely ivory moon..

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About marsHen

marine biologist around the Suwannee River delta. Raise Cracker sheep on an old Cracker farm ~ 12 mi. (as the crow flies) from the Gulf.