Sunday, April 19, 2009

yucca chew

Low of 44 - High of 84...not a cloud in the sky, again today. Plugged away at half speed (being that it was Sunday). Got all the re bar set for the south entrance and just about finished the forms for the east entrance. Started clearing the grounds for the next press visit on Tuesday. Heated up leftovers in the solar oven tonight.

Same longhorn group was here again all day. Named as follows: Beatrice, Carmelita, Carmello, Coolata, Amos, and Andy. Did you ever wonder if longhorns actually rest their heads on the ground when they are sleeping? Here is Carmelita and Amos during nap time this afternoon. Coolata has a nice wide spread and is starting to warm up to me. Good thing I got a photo of that yucca bloom yesterday - one of the longhorns ate it today - salad on a stick(stalk).


Anonymous said...

Coolata's horns are beautiful and impressive

MsBelinda said...

I am so looking forward to seeing what your greenhouse is going to look like. Must admit that at the moment I just can't quite visualize it.

Anonymous said...

What does Coolata's spread mean to you......I was looking at your homepage. Its beautiful, but im not sure its your original abode...whats the dealeo? I would love to see a picture taken from the same perspective as the that possible? You've grown so in the last 1 1/2 years.

Flag Discounter said...


That is the original house but it looks funny because it doesn't have the metal siding on yet and the solar shower hasn't been built yet.