Long time since I blogged thanks for visiting.
Here is my second Chanel jacket finished. I never did put trim over the velvet ribbon I may yet or not. This jacket is a simpler pattern and took around 36 hours to make
This was taken June 14th my 73rd birthday at the Farmer's Market. We were checking out the booth that we operate during the season for selling raffle tickets on the museum quilt.
It has been a beautiful summer so far with very warm temps and sunny days however as I type this it's high winds up to 40mph tonight and rain. It comes and goes.
The chicken coop being moved by our friend the easy way. Bob built it in the garage and then 5 weeks later it was moved out to the spot it will stay. The chickens are still in the garage and the pheasant are in the coop. However they are shut inside as if I let them out they can't get back in. They will be released this weekend at 6 weeks old. Pheasant I have found out are difficult to raise. My friends doing it here in Homer are finding out the same thing.
Above are the chicks at various stages and below the pheasant before being moved out to the coop.
For pheasant I have 25 now. Chicks I have 15 and some really beautiful breeds. I have two Golden Laced Wyandottes, two Barred Rocks, two Buff Orpingtons, 4 Dominique's, and 5 Easter Eggers. I will keep only half of these as I have subdivision rules to adhere to. The chicks are no problem I wish I could say that for the pheasant.
Out to the beach on my birthday at a low tide.
The boys say Hi and they are doing well. Kalen is a real bird interested dog but Pan can take them or leave them.