|Not a picture from today, but last week. Part of the |
university I go to, the Estonian University of Life Sciences
or Eesti Maaülikool, which is not a direct translation
as I found out fairly recently
|As you can see, today's weather was a little|
|Meanwhile back at home. Ian and the chipper, before!|
|And after! I think a few more piles of branches were used,|
it looks like rather a lot of chippings from one small pile
|Across the train tracks to that yellow and |
blue square building is where the little
cafe is situated. You wouldn't think to look
at it, would you?
|This sometimes feels like my second home - |
Riga bus station
|The new "road" Ian has created a|
pathway for the tractor, so he can reach
a section of land without going on the
road or across the top of our oak hill
|One of Ian's other jobs, keeping the bedding in the alpaca|
houses and the chicken house clean. Plenty for the garden
next year then!
link. Maybe that's what I should make for Ian when I get back? Then again, maybe not! Cardamon seeds and lingonberry jam - not got either of those in the store cupboard. One year we may have lingonberry, but the plant I have is not growing very fast. At least I think it is lingonberry!
|It must be spring, the lads are fighting more. some serious|
neck twisting going on there
|Let's not mention the spitting|
|Who us? Sweet, innocent us? Do you like our green lipstick?|
Herk is wearing a harness so that Ian can put eye drops in
his eye. It is better than it was, but still not right yet.