Trees and Dry Ground

wool tree

In recent years we have been going to a tree farm in Whatcom county to get our Christmas trees.  They then send you a seedling later in the winter to plant.  We received our seedling last week, and today I planted it.  Above is what is left of our Christmas tree after the goats and sheep had access to it.  And below is the little seedling planted which will hopefully grow up to be a big tree.

seedling

And for the first time in months I can walk on top of the ground in our pastures instead of sinking in.  It makes it so much easier to move around.

dry ground

And a shot of our goat Gertie and a hen enjoying the sunshine.

gertie and hen in sun

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