The heat and humidity have been oppressive the past few days. I feel so bad for the sheep.
Thankfully we got this nice big fan from Stan's dad. It really can move some air! Stan built the frame for it so we can put it wherever we need it. The BFLs really love to stand in front of it.
I checked on the four felted birdhouses I put at the History Center back in June. After just a few days the white one had some action. And after a few weeks, the grey one showed signs of activity too.
The other two more decorated ones were still empty. Darn!
I really enjoy this bird house project. In the midst of all the strife and worries lately, it's refreshing to see the birds with all their energy, full of life and beautiful songs. We've had a female cardinal hanging out in the front yard in the Black Locust tree too. She's even come up and perched on our windowsill several times. No decent photos of her yet.
Tomorrow I judge the 4-H Sheep interviews for the county fair which takes place this weekend. Sounds like there are more kids with sheep this year. Yeah! Thursday night I'm teaching a felted bag class at the Pine Center for the Arts in Pine City. There may still be some openings.
For those of you who want to keep up to date on Stan, I'll add a link to his CaringBridge site on the right side of the screen.