|Feeding hay to the sheep. They usually don't wait for it to be|
unstrung and put in place.
|Funny how animals will use and reuse the same trail, over|
and over again. The hay on the path is just to cover the poop
|The deer must be getting hungry to visit in broad daylight|
|Ian has been teaching Brencis to walk with the halter. The|
first lesson was inside
|Brencis has quickly got the hang of it though - well most of|
|Agnese though is very good and walks|
|Estelle too is very compliant. She sometimes fuses about having|
her halter on, but once it is on, then she behaves
|Mari, though, hasn't quite got the hang of it and perhaps|
more nervous as a newbie
|Still not sure about this. She was better the day before and I'm|
sure she will be walking along as good as gold soon. She has
the right temperament for it.
|Notice the skis all forlorn by the caravan. I daren't use them,|
as I dare not have an injury at the moment. I have managed
one session this winter
|Our youngest cat, Eyre, is no longer a little kitten.|
|Treats are always welcome|
We have a dream of a Church that instead of being renowned for how little it cares for creation, is renowned for how much it cares.We have a dream of a Church that stops watering down its mandate with theological hair-splitting and nit-picking – at times so heavenly-minded that it is of no earthly use – and instead reclaims its calling to change the world.
|An unwanted visitor. We have had quite a bit of pig damage|
again. The ground is not frozen hard under the snow. We
are hoping it just looks worse than it is.