Monthly Archives: September 2021
How beautiful are the mornings in the mist as the dawn breaks and the light lifts in the fields with your livestock – sometimes I forget the old saying.. “you never know what you have got until you have lost it” – in these uncertain times, nature is a reminder of what we truly all have if we just look around..
well I thought he was beautiful !
I had to put this up because it was so beautiful to watch (not just the chap LOL) but the art and tradition of old being carried on through the generations.
Listed houses with Thatch are always beautiful even when the thatch is old..
Well my Father would have been 90 today and it is a sad day because it was his goal to achieve that but he did get with Mum a letter from the Queen for their Wedding Anniversary which was another of his goals so not too shabby!
Never forgotten, always missed.. the song by Ellie Golding .. “How long will I love you” always springs to mind.
It was an eerie dawn this morning, so beautiful
He would have found the Hot Air Balloon nearly landing on our Barns hilarious – here’s to you Dad!
It is not often we have a day off, let alone together so it was a joy to have a sunny day off and take a few things off my “Bucket List”.. this time to Visit Wales again, to eat Lobster again and to visit the seaside in September and finally, to visit a Castle.. enjoy the photos, this is Laugharne in Wales..
Well our boy Mr Grey (Earl Grey is his real name) has really performed well for us with the fleeces on the cria and colours being just stunning. Really, really pleased.
So nice that the cria learn to eat from two weeks from the troughs and by two months can stand over them – what a cheeky, happy, healthy bunch they are all are here at Kensmyth!
September has flown at us in a whisper of showers and cooler nights but looks set to be an Indian Summer – here is hoping. Meantime its juicy fruit of the trees and avoiding angry wasp time.
Why they get so angry when there is plenty of fruit for all is beyond me but they do, don’t they!