Dave took this one morning this week. It’s a little blurry but still a very cool picture of the beginning of a new day at New Day Dairy.
Here are some pictures to show how the progress on the barn is coming. While Dan’s cousin was visiting he noted that we’d made a lot of progress since the end of April, when we had our “Groundbreaking Ceremony”. It was encouraging to hear since no matter what you’re working on it almost always seems to go slower than you want it to (although fast to those further from the project/situation/child)!
And on a very bright note, less than 2 weeks after our little setback we’re further ahead than we were when it all came tumbling down. There are different pieces built as they are still waiting for a few important unique items to arrive that were destroyed in the wind. But our little setback was truly just that, little.
One of the last things to happen on Friday afternoon was prepping an area for our AMS (automatic milking system) or milking robot to arrive this week! Eventually it’ll go in the barn, but since it’s not quite ready, for now we prepped a raised area to set it on when it arrives.
And we had visitors on Friday! Dan’s cousin Jared and his family were visiting for Independence Day and came to see the progress. I suppose boys will be boys and they decided to climb up the barn… I’m guessing it’s not the first thing they decided to climb together!
Final Friday view & the robots rocky and raised landing location.
Friday afternoon entertainment… watching the bulldozer with daddy! What more could a kid want?
Did you know July is Ice Cream Month? Dan does and he’s making sure to eat ice cream everyday this month! And he’s tweeting about it too! You can join him at #31daysoficecream. Here’s a sneak peak at what he’s had so far….
How do you eat your ice cream?
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Great shot of New Day. Perhaps a series as you go would be good–there will be many more New Days–we know you all get up early.
🙂 A collage poster is in the making.