Cabin Spring Farm, on the other hand, is having spring mud in the winter. The ground is totally saturated and every footprint is a tiny pond. It takes a lot of focus and extra time to plan your approach to the barn or goose run.
The extra straw I put down last week and this week, has sunk down int the mud. Now, I am trying leaves. The wheelbarrow full I put down yesterday, seems to have dried out a bit, so today I collected and put down a trailer full. I will have to put down some more tomorrow because Sunday night into Monday morning could bring another 2".
In other news, I purled a row in my friend's pink pussy hat. She went to D.C. this morning on a bus leaving at 5:15, I think it was. She sent me a link to an article that was about how all the yarn shops in America are out of pink yarn. After watching the Womens' March on Washington today, I can believe it. The pink sheep of America will have to be sheared early this year to fill the deficit.