They spent quite a while gathering the seeds and putting them in a container.
Oh joy, fresh dirt! I know they're thinking about how dirty they're about to get.
It was to cool for water, so they had to pass on their annual mud baths, for now. (no kidding!)
He packed the dirt with spit to make a "brick" like the Ancient Egyptians, and put it in the sun to dry.
"It feels so cool and wonderful between my toes."
This was hours of enjoyment on a nice spring day. Waiting for dry
weather so we can spread that big manure pile in the background and till the garden.
We also pruned the apple trees. Instead of dragging the limbs to the field,
I came outside to find they had piled them around a tree to make a fort!
The first set of chicks for the year, hatched this week!