We ran into "snags" with the goat fencing. We could not drive t-posts, due to cement around the foundation, so we nailed up 2 x4's against the barn and then ran the fencing out. However, once we started getting on a "roll" we ran into needing another tool.
My 16 year-old finished putting up some last boards, to keep the stalls baby safe, and started moving her supplies last night. She finally finished about 9:00pm.
Do you see that little gal on the outside of the pen? That little escape artist got through the boards. My daughter had to go back out after dinner, and put metal fencing all around the stall.
We still need to board up the "birthing" stall that is on the very right, and then the outside (temporary) fencing (back of the stall). Thank goodness the barn has a small animal door that slides, that we took advantage of, and the fencing will be directly on the outside of that door.
After that we have a motion sensored light fixture that will be mounted on the barn too. And possibly a predator light. We get a lot of rats, weasels, raccoons, hawks, owls, and what not. If you have bought such a light, and have a review, I'd love to hear it.
We woke up today to freezing rain and a layer of ice everywhere. School is closed today as well. I have yet to find out if driver's education closed. Even the community college closed.
The weather man got the weather wrong yesterday. Brrr! When we all came in about dinner time (Hubby, myself, our 16 and 13 year-old daughters), my cough had already returned. So did the congestion and runny nose. The chance to sleep in today, was a wonderful surprise.
Our 13 year-old is back from her class trip, and I am sure she is enjoying the chance to rest up this morning as well. Her feet are still swollen from all the walking they did.