I Love them Goats I mean. but if you leave them alone for the blink of an eye. they will be up to something. I had been clearing New growth from the electric fencing as it was arcing out. when I got back the bottom goats in cumins old field , they had either taken advantage of the wind blowing down a tree OR they had found a way to pull it down, either way my efforts to curtail the arcing was being hampered by a branch across the wire.
We had a bit of a tidy up up at the top , I do have an entrance to my workshop 🙂 and the area where the rabbits live has been tackled by Martina.
love this time of year as everything grows at a terrific rate. Including sadly DOCKS I wonder if I could convince Hugh Fernley Whittingggggstalllllll that Stewed Dock was the ” Next big thing” I would have some moneys worth here I can tell you. That aside the cover that we planted to disguise the Pig Bog ( Mostly Withy but a smattering of beech birch and alder is growing ferociously and even the bog is starting to look green
The Veggies are also coming on .
As is the Verginia Creeper on the barn hard to believe they were foot long cuttings from my parents old cottage just 18 months ago.
t in a pisser this week with a ebay supplier fitted a new 60w heatlamp and within a couple of hours it literally exploded. I had bought 2 so rather than risk it we put the other bulb in a different lamp only for that to fail after half an hour. Grrrrr
Guess what we are doing next weekend (*__*)
Right must go Busy Busy !
This time last year we were doing ( THIS )
whereas in 2015 it was THIS
Bye Bye 4 NOW 🙂 M&M