After a long day out in the field today, Leopold came home, had his lunchtime biscuits and decided the best and most comfortable place to relax and have a nap was on our Indian lion in the garden room.
It’s been a frenetic period for us, so it was nice to switch off for a few minutes and enjoy our first snowdrops of 2020.Continue reading Our 2020 snowdrops are out
I came across this very recent post (January 27, 2020) on the Strutt & Parker rural hub website and was outraged by the lack of insight and research relating to the perception of British farming.Continue reading Misleading farming article from Strutt & Parker
We have two cats. Leopold our male rescue, and Olive, our 10 month old female British Short Hair. Leopold loves spending time outside; Olive by stark contrast is not a fan of the outdoors. So it was quite amusing when a male pheasant got uncharacteristically close to the house.Continue reading Olive gets her first close-up pheasant sighting
There’s a lot validity to predicting the weather from the old saying: “Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight. Red sky at morning, shepherd’s take warning.”Continue reading Predicting the weather: red sky method