When we received six bales of hay for the summer season we did realize there was one thing unaccounted for … How to get the five bales left (after the farmer left) to the hay barn one at a time – using only ‘Gramma Power’. (Email viewers need to click on the title of this post to get the video effect!) 😉
We did discuss that that activity fell under ‘will not be doing when we’re 80 …’ so … Rosie assured me she’ll figure out how to move hay as good as this on her own!
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