He has some influence with the group he advises and promised that he would post the Inn as a recommended place to stay in Alberta! Yay! And also that he would like to do a write up for Trip Advisor hinting that he is going to give five stars.
Now, what could be better? I love my farm, The Fat Ewe Farm, communing with nature, playing with the critters and such, and I love my business, Moose Hills Inn, and serving folks in all ways I can. The gentleman had a tendon problem in his foot. I have quite an extensive background in care and prevention of injuries and was able to alleviate some of the discomfort for him as well. He was dually impressed and suggested that I hang a shingle, but Alberta does not recognize my credentials and forbids this, so the service is free.
I also managed to finish cleaning the pens and filled the hole in one pen and stabilized the post, so tomorrow I can begin to build the sheep and goat fence feeders. The goats were given hay, but the little ones do not know what to eat much of the time until the bigger ones begin to munch on it. Hopefully tomorrow they will have the feeder finished and can test out the new hay. Many of the goats will be going to the auction this year and I have been toying with butchering one or two for meat. It seems like such a crime to do so though.
Tomorrow I am up bright and early to cook breakfast and then this guest will be going back home when he is finished his day's work in St. Paul. I am pleased to have made his acquaintance and I do feel blessed and happy with my little life out here in nowhere. I do.