|With my two youngest grandchildren|
|Opening presents with a little help from her older brother.|
Fortunately she is too young to complain
|The snow finally starting to disappear|
|The sun shining too|
|But of course it is a process and we have first the icy pathways|
and then the mud to contend with
|The sign got very dirty last year but was kindly sanded back|
and the letters routed out by a friend of ours. Ian finished it
off by repainting the letters and varnishing it.
|The alpacas have been enjoying what bit of grass they can find|
and the bit of extra space. Of course we cannot let them out too
far just yet, otherwise the grass won't have a chance to grow
later for them.
|Not my most glamorous photo and just in case you are|
wondering, that is a trainer I'm holding while the glue dries.
The sole was coming off and I needed them for my trip
|New gooseberry bushes starting to appear through the snow|
|Ian is finishing off the tree cutting before March 31st. This is the|
date when all tree felling has to cease in Latvian forests to give
the birds a chance to nest for three months. We hope to plant
some woodland medicinal herbs in here
|Under the fleece, looking ever so cute, but that is supposed to|
be protecting my seedlings and so I'm not happy. It is looking
like the cats will have to be kept out of the greenhouse soon
and take their naps in the barn instead.
|Lady V (as she is often known) sunning herself with Mari|
peeping round the corner.
|Aggy enjoying a roll around|
|Looking alert and enjoying the sunshine|
|Enjoying the sunshine so much that Chanel is having a good|