This was another busy week of me working constantly on a music curriculum to sell. Whenever I needed a break I worked outside. We had several big projects. One was Blueberry Hill on Wednesday, another was cutting down the dead trees on the driveway, and another was moving an electric cow fence on Saturday when Lori was here to help.
Making progress on Blueberry Hill
Kiwi flowers and forming fruit
A tiny kiwi on the left. Then zoomed out on the right to see how tiny it truly is on the tree. I had to look close to find them. I hope we get some kiwi this year! Last year bugs ate the leaves in July and then the kiwi stopped growing.
Thursday: Rock climbing and hiking with the boys
Thomas had a rock climbing activity at Pilot Mountain State Park so I decided it was a great time to hike since I’d be dropping him off and picking him up. I brought the little boys along and we had a great time. We hiked 3 miles up in 1 hour 15 minutes, watched them rock climb for a bit, then ran down in 30 minutes, got the car, and drove back up to get Thomas who was done climbing.
Sam and Andy climbed up to the ledge to get a closer look of Thomas rock climbing.
Watching from the ground after Thomas was done. Then we ran the 3 miles down. I love taking my boys hiking. They have good attitudes and enjoy it too.
Saturday: moving fence posts and wire
While talking to Madalyn on video she couldn’t believe how tall Kaitlyn was. So Kaitlyn and Alexis measured to see if Kaitlyn was the same height yet. Not quite!