and Gwendolyn from Nancy's (in front of Lewis).
We are expecting three more to come visit this next weekend.
But we managed to get a decent layer of gravel down before the steering went out on the tractor, and it was completely stuck in the mud.
Then we spend the rest of the afternoon hauling the tractor out of the muck with several chains and ropes from the truck in the driveway and managed to get it on the grass outside of the gate. Since there's still no steering it's going to sit there until it is fixed. We still have 2/3 of the gravel left that still needs spreading, but we have no tractor and are not excited to do it by hand- particularly trying to drag it though the soft mud. So it also sits for now.