Monthly Archives: July 2019
ever stepped into a hornets nest and wished you had a guard dog to rescue you?
Well I do…
there are some really mean and nasty looking hornets around and my dog rescues me by eating them – theres a thought…
these are European hornets with a nasty sting… meantime im just being bitten by Horseflies which for those of you who don’t know… don’t have to have horses to have them!
well as birthing continues not only here but across the UK its also lamb separation time so the bleating of the lambs is quite loud… and quite sad really. As a Farmer I know they will be ready for Christmas – oh that word oops.
quick look see for newbie Alpaca owners… which one of these has just given birth and which is about to LOL
well you know how it is and sometimes there are places that only memories can take you. Thanks to a friend on baby watch my brother and I made the long journey up north for the last farewell to our Uncle who died on June 13th.
it was a lovely ceremony very well attended with his granddaughters speaking and friends of the family – a great send off and a beautiful “wake” afterwards at the home of my cousin.
I am not sure we were too awake on the drive home but thanks to NFU for insuring my brother to drive my “tractor” as he calls it.
only the family know where these beautiful flowers are and it is in a very quiet place… RIP