So today was actually warmer. In the 50's and Steve and I decided to assemble the seed spreader and the DR Power grader. I should say that I supervised and Steve did the assembly. He referred to me once as Captain Birdseye, which I found rather amusing. Is it bad when there are extra bolts left over? I also found a tarp in decent condition and placed it between the panels of the riding arena and the goats in hopes to preserve what may be left of certain tails and for northern wind rain block. I just have to tie up the bottom of it and it will be totally secure. Tomorrow and Wednesday even warmer. I've let the girls out for a couple of hours this afternoon and tomorrow I will spread the seed and we'll try and get after our burn pile. The paddock and arena are still somewhat muddy, but there is hope. There are a couple of dry spots to the top that the girls stand on. I can't wait for it to dry completely and I can get after the arena with the power grader. I think their diets are working for them, but they are so muddy and it's due to drizzle starting Thursday. So Yay! for warmer weather finally!