Here we are again for Friday's Hunt with Eden Hills. Today the prompts are: Starts with M, Week's Favourite, and Water.
Starts with M
I have a few M words for today's post. First of all, here's my marvelous husband Marc, who is outside in the garage working on his project to insulate and finish the inside walls of this outbuilding so it can be his motorcycle workshop.
Here are some of his motorcycles, all covered in dust from the wood planing he has been doing, but they will be cleaned off when the season arrives for using them. You can see the planer on the floor at the lower right.
It is a bit of a mess in there right now. He is using pallet wood to create the ceiling of the workshop. Here's the outside edge where he's started, but the next step is to put up vapour barrier. He can't go further with the wood until that's done.
However, the pallets have been outside this winter so they have a lot of moisture in them. After he planes each board, he is letting them dry out. It's an ongoing project. He hopes to have it finished by the fall of this year.
I took this picture of Lucky Nickel through the fence, by mistake - she got in the way of my shot. However, I rather liked this picture, even though it wasn't my intended one.
After that picture, I took another of her horns, showing the texture on them. I like it too, so I'm sharing both these goat close-ups for my favourites this week.
My birds have water in their heated birdbath.
My sheep and goat have water in their heated bucket.
Most of the rest of the water around here is in the form of snow and ice. Here's a picture of my back deck from this week. When I say there is snow, I mean a lot! Although, this is far less than was there earlier this month.
I did find a puddle in the driveway, since we are a little above freezing today, and there was a reflection of a pine tree in the water's surface.
Marc also pointed out that there was a little puddle at the bottom of the slope by the garage. There is even some green-ish looking grass around it. That will be frozen tonight though. We have plenty of winter left to go.