|The chickens on the field where the alpacas have been. A|
chance to put some fertility into the grass before the alpacas
go back on the field later on in the year.
|A yearly job of moving the caravan outside|
|A job for this week. Tidy this lot up!|
|Mr. B and Mr. P. after shearing. Also after they have both|
rolled about on the molehills - hence the dusty brown
appearances of both of them
|Earlier on in the week it had been rather wet, so Mr. P had|
a slicked hair do.
|We bought another small greenhouse, partly because my office|
and greenhouse combination is not likely to be ready very soon.
This will be where we will start some seeds off like the cabbages
|The finished construction. The chicken arks rests on the top|
of this and we use the handles on the arks to push
|Not a Franken creation but Ian using the carder last week, to|
card the wool from our alpaca fleeces
|We are beginning to feel more confident that Estelle is|
pregnant. She is suddenly starting to fill out, but a better
indicator is her behaviour - the poor lass seems very weary
and not her normal self.
|We might not have the wonderful bluebell woods of the UK|
but we do have wood anemones and the carpet of flowers
is getting bigger every year
|They are such pretty flowers|
|We won't shear the girls until after the pensioners have been|
at least. They need to be able to see some fluffy looking