Monthly Archives: July 2023
Well the weather is incredibly changeable on a daily and weekly basis. Best thing is to get those cheeky treats out for meals when you have friends over in the wet weather.. meantime Fifty Shades of grey in one yearling..
It is often sad when you know something has to be sold but it is good to know you have served them well and these beautiful boys will shortly be off to pastures new, fantastic fleeces, colours, conformation and temperament.. that is Kensmyth breeding for you!
Eating out is not a massively regular occurrence for us but with Tesco Vouchers changing from 3x down to 2x well one just had to opt for Pizza Express who serve a great value range of foods..
but for those with big appetites or keen on fish as we are, often not having time to relax and eat, then the All you Can Eat in Swindon is great..
A very sad day today as it is the funeral of Peter Gregory known as Pilot Pete. A keen Hot Air Balloonist who died so tragically but doing what he loved.
A classmate of our youngest Mitchell when at Rendcomb College and tragically passing so young but managed so much in his young life and so successful a career too.
Mitchell, Louis, Daniel and James all went to pay their respects to their friend.
Our thoughts go out today to his family especially and always to those he has left behind.
Rest in peace and fly high
A quick pop out to a car boot recently and boy was it cold, no bargains and few people but interesting reminder of when toy crazy boys came with us when they were younger..
well for those of us wishing we could light a fire in the rather dramatic weather change..
For the nostalgic amongst us that like roaring log fires and remember the salt and vinegar version..
perhaps you could eat these instead? Only available from Aldi and make your breath smell but oh boy they are fab!
what better way to welcome July than with 3 girls born in quick succession to outnumber the boys so far?