|The lobster pot has been up all week and still we haven't|
caught anything! Actually it is a contraption to keep the
hens off my cranberries.
|One problem we had this year was the tarpaulin wasn't|
adequate enough to keep the moisture off the hay bales.
Fortunately we have enough, but this is not good and
we are already planning on how to erect shelters for the
hay bales later on in the year.
|Spring is here - new frog spawn|
|Alicia taking advantage of a half finished alpaca house|
to shelter in. You can also see the pine trees our alpaca
ladies have been eating. The brush on the right are ones
they have already chewed all the leaves off.
|APH2 in use|
|Taken from the inside of the new extension|
|Ian reused some of the wood off the original APH2 and so|
the extension is almost the same colour already. Here it is
in its almost completed state with full feeders. That hay at
least is nice and green and not black like the other stuff
|A hard life for the wig on legs|
|A double rainbow with our wandering chickens. They|
have had their wandering curtailed a bit this week, as
Ian hasn't been letting them out until lunch time.
Surprisingly the number of eggs have been going up!
|You can't have rainbows without the rain|
|A close up of the rainbow taken with a|
polarising filter. Ian found out today
that the rainbow is highly polarised
and if you turn the filter the wrong way
the rainbow disappears