|Lovely blossom, I thought it was a mock orange at first but|
on closer inspection it didn't give off the heady aroma of
a mock orrange. Beautiful flowers though
|I love lilacs and we have loads around|
here, all on the wane though now.
|Hoppy having some time out of the box, so it doesn't get|
run over in the bun fight when I gave its box mates some
potato, cucumber and oats.
|Hoppy's box mates. Two got taken out last night for bullying|
Hoppy and were put in the big box, but they in turn were
getting picked on by those in the big box so had to be put
back. I think they have calmed down a bit though after
|The chicks in the big box, no longer yellow fluffy chicks|
as they gain their feathers. They are a varied group of chicks
some buff colours and some speckled grey and some white.
Will be really interesting to see what they turn out like
|One of the stork chicks outside our other apartment. There|
are definitely two and may even be three in there
|The flower bed outside the other apartment. I'm really pleased|
how this is turning out but I think I have a purple and blue
theme going on here. Click on the picture to see the flowers
|Construction No 1. Can you guess what this does?|
|Construction No 2. Photo 1|
Is it a coffin? No! (Yes Ian has a macabre sense
of humour at times)
|Construction No 2. Photo 2|
Is it a bobsleigh?
|Construction No 2. Photo 3|
|Construction No 2. Photo 4|
Nearly there but not quite. Any guesses yet?
|Construction No 2. Photo 5|
Maybe this will help? (Vital farm equipment Paul)
I shall leave you with a video that someone posted a link to on facebook, that basically explains in cartoon form what I've been trying to say about the Latvian crisis for the past goodness knows how long. How we measure success is important and this really puts it in perspective and besides is funnier than me pontificating on the subject, yet again!