Day 4 of COVID-19 lockdown

We have been busy on various little projects to keep us busy. From cooking to exercising, watching some movies to projects outside.

It’s a gorgeous day today and many people will be struggling to stay inside. Luckily, we have enough own outdoor space to hang out. We started some exterior stairs yesterday which got finished today. Makes getting down to the chook house and ponies easier.

Two white horses in a yard in front of a timber shelter
Rusty and Shady

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