The plants survived the daily shuffle. I was up to the point of three different "shifts" of plants under the lights, plus I had some tomato plants that grew so big that they could no longer fit under my lights. The greenhouse is painfully close to completion (crossing my fingers for this weekend) but the weather has warmed up enough the plants can all stay outside (at least for the next few days). Jennifer placed them all on the deck and put up the shade cloth to protect them from the full sun until they've hardened off.
I've had visitors to the blog announce themselves, welcome to everyone! I'm glad to know people are either learning from or at least being entertained from my toiling around on the farm and this blog. Other bloggers know that the interactivity with other folks is what makes this fun, the more the merrier as the saying goes.
And just for fun, here's a random goat video. Etsu (one of our bottle baby goats) is playing on a bale of hay my cousin Aaron is unrolling. Aiko, the other bottle baby, unsuccessfully tries to join her.