What a busy time for us here on the farm. This week we got firewood delivered for next winter. We had the wood dumped in a big pile and still need to stack it close to the house so we're not hiking through the snow to get an armload. We get it cut and split to size by the guys that we buy it from so there's not a lot more for us to do except stack. Also got our second load of hay delivered this morning. We still need around 15 bales for the alpacas this winter, then start working on the goat's hay. They don't eat the same kind with the goats doing better with some rougher types of grasses.
I finally got the merino / pygora yarn finished up this week. Here's a pic of the finished skein. I'm not sure how much yarn there actually is, I will have to measure it later. Today I'm putting the gray Cotswold locks in the dye pot. I love the color and texture of that wool and think a very light blue with a little lilac might be pretty. Lots of the gray will be left undyed to give it the variegated look I love so much. More rain today, so no yard mowing for a while.