The lines move and change as Bev paints in sections. Maggie knows which side of the line is safe...much better than I do.
The floor is almost complete along with sorting, thinning and cleaning. Bev has directed Hubby like a drill sergeant or a personal trainer. This room is Hubby's room where items dropped tend to stay dropped. Oh, not anymore! Papers and booklets applying to equipment no longer owned are sorted and discarded. Like tools are in the same spot. It is simply amazing how Bev can request and it is all taken with good nature by the two males that risk pulling a back muscle when they have to pick up a dirty sock.
Had a little snow land at our place that stopped school early one day and out completely the next. The suddenness caught drivers off guard and there were many accidents.
Predators are also hungry and have choice picked a hen a night for over a week when it was not raining or snowing.. We have found claw marks on a tree over three feet off the ground. The dogs alert us but there has been no capture. The dogs seem hesitant to move in on the predator. We haven't caught the chicken thief.
The barn yard committee is discussing a solution.
When they work this problem out, I'm putting them on the computer.