|Another reason to be happy, isn't this|
sunrise glorious? What a joy to wake up
to scenes like these
|Tate Modern here we come! I spent a good afternoon's|
work on these objects of great artistry, commonly
known as wrapping trees up for winter to stop the deer
eating them or sharpening their antlers on them.
|Not so happy to find this! This is the|
kind of damage those dear little pigs
can make. I have to admit though that
it is quite incredible the depth of holes
they can dig with their snouts, and
the size of stones they can move.
|These are four Capercaillies, which we came across when|
we took a detour just for the sake of it. Amazing what
you can see when you get off the main roads.
|"I think I'm stuck again!"|
She is up there so often now we are going to have to install
something to stop her walking across the fleece lining,
preferably before it gives way underneath her.
|More wood chippings for our garden, as Ian continues to|
thin out our forest to provide us with firewood for next year
but also to improve the health of the forest.
|Alder oxidises on exposure to air and so|
you get these bright orange stumps when
they are cut.
|Our raspberry bushes with their fir coats. Looks like they|
|It snowed again this week, not much but still a reminder|
that winter is on its way.