An evening in May

This is what a Wednesday night in May looks like at Stone Soup Farm. 

No stories, no writing. Just pictures from a beautiful spring evening. 

The fuzzy chickens are silkies -- they're pretty useless, but awfully cute. 

The fuzzy chickens are silkies -- they're pretty useless, but awfully cute. 

Scout was helping to set up the new raised beds. 

Scout was helping to set up the new raised beds. 

The trampoline gets quite a workout. 

The trampoline gets quite a workout. 

This is Shadow.  He's also useless, but cute.

This is Shadow.  He's also useless, but cute.

sime of the starts that will go into the garden. 

sime of the starts that will go into the garden. 

Goat art.  They've eaten the brush as high up as they can reach. In the little shelter is an old iron stove that was used for canning in the 1950s.

Goat art.  They've eaten the brush as high up as they can reach. In the little shelter is an old iron stove that was used for canning in the 1950s.

This was a brush patch last week. They've done a pretty good job clearing it out! 

This was a brush patch last week. They've done a pretty good job clearing it out! 

Our newest baby -- Chewvaca! He's awfully sweet. 

Our newest baby -- Chewvaca! He's awfully sweet. 

Leah. An angora goat. She needs a good shearing. 

Leah. An angora goat. She needs a good shearing. 

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Our baby goats. Boy and girl twins. 

Our baby goats. Boy and girl twins. 

8 p.m. and beautiful out. 

8 p.m. and beautiful out. 

This is the garden where we're going to put the stuff that chickens will destroy: Lettuce, tomatoes, flowers. 

This is the garden where we're going to put the stuff that chickens will destroy: Lettuce, tomatoes, flowers. 

Meagan McGovern