|Bird cherry flowering|
|The dandelions are out! Good job the animals like them|
|It was a lot of poles. Just need to tack on the wire now.|
|The annual picture of the caravan outside for the first time in|
the year. The poles by the way are to stop Ian forgetting about
the extension lead and driving over it with the tractor.
|A gleaming sign, but not many visitors this last week. We will|
make up for it this week, probably two coach parties
|Enjoying spring grass|
|A little miracle grape plant. This is the only cutting to survive|
from our dessert grape. We have been enjoying the fruits of
our tarter grape recently as our friends from Kandžas Laboratorija
gave us the wine they produced from our grapes. It is more like a
port wine, quite rich and sweet. Better than our last years attempt
at wine with this grape - it was alright as a mulled wine but not
just for drinking, this is fine on its own.
|Our fruit bush area prepped for the autumn raspberries|
|Ian mowed around the ponds|
|Work continues on the garden plots. Fortunately we don't|
need to do a lot of hard digging, as the beds are made up of
rotted manure. Still there are a lot of weed seeds, which
|Contemplating life? Make the most of it Chanel, the little|
one should be here soon.
|Big baby bump|
|Aggie is also looking close too. We don't think it will be|
as long as July, which we had wondered because she took
so long to spit off Mr. P - an alpaca sign to say I'm
pregnant so keep off.
|Poor Aggie, she looks so tired|
|Mari as laid back as ever and enjoying one of the million or|