|Who me? Turbjørn is often our most uncooperative and|
most difficult to catch. He is better than he was though.
|Even Brencis has been misbehaving too, as he has been|
trying to bite the back legs of Agnese and Estelle. He has
been getting a kicking from the other alpacas for his naughty antics and rightly so
|Just checking Brencis' fleece|
|The girls enjoying the afternoon sunshine|
|Schisandra chinensis or five flavour|
berry is ripe. We had one the other
day and it is was a rather powerful
taste. They say one berry is as good
as five cups of coffee and I can see
|The first of the squash plants harvested and the beans|
from the field. Those beans did okay, but another section
was dreadful. I got a handful of beans at best.
|The tidied site, ready for a container|
|Only the second load of tomatoes on for tomato sauce.|
Good job we still have some in the freezer from last year
|We often stay out in the caravan these days and one night|
the sky was clear and full of starts. It is so amazing the sky
at night where we are because there is so little light
|It is not misty in the greenhouse, but|
the lens on the camera. It is still possible
to see the height of the sweetcorn though.
We may have one or two cobs, but the
majority is for seed for next year.
|The mornings can be glorious too|