Shirley and I made our annual trek to Las Vegas. Fun and relaxation were had by all. Our only disappointment was that the Donny and Marie show was cancelled and we had been looking forward to it. We did go to Blue Man Group and that was a fun and very loud show. We had good seats, and we enjoyed the show. Weather was a bit chilly on the first couple of days but it made for very comfortable walking. We had some excellent meals, including the Cravings buffet at the Mirage. We visited the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay. It’s an aquarium. We got free tickets through the MLife Players Club rewards game , My Vegas.
I have an album of photos from our trip on Facebook. Here’s the link. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10200307594110975.1073741826.1187642981&type=1&l=44bed9c791
Weather has been the topic of conversation all month. Wet and cold! I don’t know when the fields will be dried out enough to begin spring field work.
Lambing began mid month, and there are still 2 ewes left to lamb.Again this year there are triplets and twins. We had one poor ewe who had toxemia and lost her twins, but Lee was able to save the ewe. It seems like lambing season is never trouble free. I’m not sure how many lambs there are, but I’m guessing 22. Mostly boys! The little guy in the picture was born with the huge black spot on his hip. It will fade with time.
Collin is back on American soil, back from Afghanistan. It’s a huge relief. We’ll see him in July, along with the rest of the family, when we go to OKC for a wedding.
I’m enjoying the return of the migratory birds. I’ll bet the birds aren’t all that happy to be back. Kildeer are nesting on the cold ground. Robins are finding worms now but I wonder what they ate while the ground was still frozen. The barn swallows are here, but we don’t have any bugs yet!