Blind Hog and Acorn

Season 2, Episode #28~ The Doctor Will See You Now...

July 11, 2021 Blind Hog and the Acorn Season 2 Episode 28
Blind Hog and Acorn
Season 2, Episode #28~ The Doctor Will See You Now...
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Blind Hog and Acorn
Season 2, Episode #28~ The Doctor Will See You Now...
Jul 11, 2021 Season 2 Episode 28
Blind Hog and the Acorn

Blind Hog saw an ortho dude and it is all good news- torn calf muscle and he is already doing "all the right rehab things."  Tincture of Time , as my old MD boss would say.  In the meantime, he does what he can, puts his leg up, wears one of my stylish hiking compression socks and is his usual happy-go-lucky self.

Grass is taking off after the rain last week, fields looking good.  Garden will need to be watered soon.  Blackberries are beginning to ripen!  Yay!  Cows and goats have all been moved about to new paddocks.

The piggie chickies (Cornish cross broilers) are growing like weeds- between 2.25 and 2.5 lbs now.. Letting them out and about supposedly will slow their growth down, and they also do not get chicken feed at night.  They are a bit behind their growth chart, but as long as they don't fall over from heart attacks (common) then that is good.

Delivering the wall sculpture tomorrow!  Very excited!

Show Notes

Blind Hog saw an ortho dude and it is all good news- torn calf muscle and he is already doing "all the right rehab things."  Tincture of Time , as my old MD boss would say.  In the meantime, he does what he can, puts his leg up, wears one of my stylish hiking compression socks and is his usual happy-go-lucky self.

Grass is taking off after the rain last week, fields looking good.  Garden will need to be watered soon.  Blackberries are beginning to ripen!  Yay!  Cows and goats have all been moved about to new paddocks.

The piggie chickies (Cornish cross broilers) are growing like weeds- between 2.25 and 2.5 lbs now.. Letting them out and about supposedly will slow their growth down, and they also do not get chicken feed at night.  They are a bit behind their growth chart, but as long as they don't fall over from heart attacks (common) then that is good.

Delivering the wall sculpture tomorrow!  Very excited!