We spent about an hour today cleaning out the chicken coop. We loaded all the pine shavings mixed with chicken manure into the trailer and Daryl drove it up to the garden. Once the snow melts, we’ll add it to our 40 ft long compost pile and start turning it. It was actually very easy to move because it was all super dry, airy, and lightweight. We tidied up the horse barn, cleaned off the porch, and Kaelyn hung her horseshoe chime that she got for Christmas.
Tomorrow’s project is getting electricity down there so I can plug in the heat lamp and the platform for the water jug. We can’t let the water freeze, and it’s still cold enough that I think it could freeze. I *hope* it isn’t too cold to put them out there, in spite of the heat lamp. I may read up on that to be sure they can survive. But the clock is ticking, and I want them OUT of my house! They’re in the way, they stink, and that’s that!!
They ARE cute!!!
Life is full of lessons and they will be repeated until they are learned. Just remember this if there is a next time so that you will be prepared!