Well, the front pasture now has fence all the way around it. None of the fence has been stretched or secured to the t-posts yet, but for now, it's at least making the sheep think they can't get out. I have about 5 more T-posts to do, then I can stretch the whole thing and secure it all. The hard part is done. Finally.
Took a weed down to the neighbor for him to identify it for me. Turns out it's milkweed. Anyway, got into a pretty chatty conversation and am learning about the different characters that live in this area.
The clickercrackheads are everywhere. Watch out for them. They're coming soon to a theater near you ... and they will tell you how to train your dogs.
Oh, speaking of training dogs, Echo has been quite out of control lately. I'm having a hell of a time handling her. I hear that homeopathic remedies work great, so I have decided to clickertrain her in the fine art of smoking pot.
With the Western Idaho Fair trial coming up, I am so glad I found something that will calm her down just a bit so that she doesn't end up eating any more of Don's sheep this year. We might be able to get around the course.
One can hope.