This evening I brought Celery and Mister Cellophane, our Jersey Wooly bucks, out to a friend's house to breed her two Jersey Wooly does. Mister Cellophane did his job (three fall offs, good job!) and while Celery was mildly interested, her doe wasn't lifting. So Mister Cellophane came home, and Celery will be staying there for the weekend to give him more opportunity to get the other doe bred.
We stopped by Home Depot on our way home to do some price checking (a part of Tony's job is to see what other stores in the area are selling similar products for). While we were there I noticed they had some trees up front. I stopped to look at some peach and cherry trees, and Tony kept walking down the row, reading off variety names. When he said Wolf River I did a double take - say what? No, you couldn't have said that... I've been looking for a Wolf River apple tree for years, but only find them online. Yet there they were, a whole row of them. We bought one and brought it home. I'm hoping it survives because I am ecstatic to get this variety.
We ended the day with everyone sitting down to watch Jurassic World. Well, except #3 because she's spending the rest of spring break at Grandma's house (lucky her - some time away from her siblings).
Tomorrow I will be setting up a mini brooder in the house (yes, in the house - didn't learn my lesson last year). Then the two chicks will be moved out of the incubator and given food and water. There's another egg set to hatch tomorrow. It has not pipped yet as of last check, but I have not opened the incubator to look closer.