Monthly Archives: August 2020
sometimes it is easy to see who is herd leader and who is not..
do I smell?
and other days it absolutely is not..
sometimes just chilling out is simply the order of the day..
sometimes in life with the weather we have been having, in fact the year we have been having, photographs can simply say it all..
if you did not work this one out – a freak hurricane wind storm in South Cerney that barely hit Cirencester and back to previous weather.
The fruits of the fields are coming in so quickly that it is quite unbelievable. One does not normally pick sloes until after the first frost – so is this going to happen soon with temperatures forecast for nights as low as 2 degrees and we are still August?
meantime with 90 fruit trees on site, never mind the courgettes its plums, pears and apple picking time.. some of our apple trees are really struggling with the weight
Hard to believe that with everything that has happened this year, looking back on last year, it is now a year since my Mother in law died. What on earth would she have thought of the goings on in 2020 I wonder?
A beautiful rose torn from us a little too soon but nevertheless had a good “innings” as she would have said.
who would have believed another 5 years have gone by since we brought our beautiful puppy home, following the sad loss of our Flat Coat Retriever to a nasal tumour? Well it has, hefty guarding 45kg but kind and gentle Curly Coated Retrievers – way to go but dont be fooled by the cute look here, they are serious livestock gun working guard dogs!
Well at the top of the hill we have fantastic grass and at the bottom of the hill likewise – but the band in the middle is dry and the Cria just love rolling and rolling in it but it makes our visitors smile.. so big and they come to call now!
nothing like the weather changes at the moment is there? good job visitors dont mind at all..
with temperatures soaring into the 34 degrees and over, small wonder we saw such beautiful skies at sunrise and sunset ..
How beautiful our Draught colt now at just over a year – reminds me so much of my lovely horse Sam – my “Horse in the House” – yes that is me about 30 years ago .. look at the Telly LOL