Friday, June 12, 2015

Beginning At The End

Most of the day was spent waiting for sundown and, hopefully, a drop in temp.  The weatherman reported a 26-degree rise from the day before, almost a record switch.  Sure makes it hard to acclimatize.  Because of variability, I'd been holding off removing covers from the barn windows but decided yesterday that the girls could cope with cool (if it comes) and I couldn't take the heat anymore.  With the covers off, there is at least a chance of catching a cross breeze.  Little is easy when the girls are out and about.  They have a talent for getting in my way and they must supervise every action.  By the time I stored the panels after milking, it was a toss-up between cussing and laughing.
Neither sunset nor the reverse sunset looks very cool to me.

It's supposed to be even hotter today.  Oh goody.

1 comment:

Kathryn Williams said...

Oh Lordy I'm sorry for your spikes in temperature, and for your "helpful" goats. Forgive me for laughing, but it sounds like they have the same habits of, say, 18 month old children!!!