Hey, about time for an update! I discovered that I was even luckier than I realized with that tornado. I've found that the southwest corner of my barn shifted about 4 inches on the foundation. I'm lucky the whole thing didn't come crashing down on all my animals!
After over a month of rain every two days, we finally were able to get a second cutting of hay. We loaded the last of it into my barn around 8:30 last night. This morning it is raining. I probably already have enough for the year, so I may end up being able to sell some hay if we get a third cutting.
Kora has fit in really well with my other dogs, and has brought a lot of laughter to my world. She is just so dang entertaining.
We are two weeks into our intermediate agility class. She could be an excellent agility dog if she had a better handler! She catches on quickly, it is I who needs to practice. I knew I was in for trouble when the instructor said that agility is a dance between you and your dog. I can't dance to save my life! Oh well, we are having a lot of fun with it. We are getting into some more technical stuff now, where the position of your shoulder by just a few centimeters can make a difference. I've been watching some agility videos on youtube, paying more attention to the handler than the dog. I get all excited when I see a move that we just learned in class. With her long body, Kora looks like a snake when doing the weave poles.
Based on this photo, would anybody care to take a guess about my big news on the fiber related front?