-- We moved more bricks. Whew, there are a lot of them! A friend has been helping, and it's much appreciated! Thank you, Chris!
-- I realized that the bulldozer will unearth the clump of resurrection lilies in the yard. I've wanted to move them for a few years anyway; the dogs and the horses have always managed to break the flowers as soon as soon as they bloom. Dh loosened the soil around them with the potato fork, and I dug them up. For now they are in a pot, waiting for me to find a good spot to plant them.
-- We've done a LOT of fence-moving, or rather my husband has. We moved the buck into a temporary pen and took down the old fence. We will replace it after the dozer work. He also moved the fence from barnyard to our front yard for the same reason. It has been kind of hard getting used to the new layout, it isn't as convenient in some ways but in other ways it is better. We will change the barnyard fence configuration a bit when we are finished with this huge demo-and-rebuild project.
-- One of my husband's dorper ewes had a little black ewe lamb yesterday morning. Cute cute cute!