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Just like London buses, you wait for ages then two come at once. But no apologies for adding a second blog post today as I’ve finally managed to get a photo...

After a very long wait, we can finally disclose that we are featured in the July issue of Saga Magazine! It all came about one cold morning in about October 2012,...

A few years ago we put up an insect box on the back wall of the office.  The first year an enterprising spider spun it’s web all across the front and...

Sorry about the pun in the heading, but it was too good to miss! Sue’s mentioned ferns in her latest blog, but I think my photos are a bit better –...

Not only was Ian seen cycling in his shorts for the first time this year, but lunch was taken on the patio.  To cap it all Sadie produced two lovely looking...

It must be the start of Spring.  Today it snowed and the first frogspawn appeared in the pond.  All we now await is for Sadie to produce her expected twin lambs...

Despite the heavy winds of the last few days, the garden has survived relatively unscathed.  Sue’s willow hoop, which has featured in some photos, blew apart and we had a tree...

Just when we thought it was safe (for the ducks) to go back into the water…….. ….. the goshawk came and sat on the willow arch by the sheep shed. Hopefully...

Our massive flock of three sheep haven’t had much of a mention in this blog so far, so when I was watching Zebedee watching me from her lookout post the other...

I hate ladders so much that I put off clearing out the gutters until I really had to. My excuse had been that there were at least a couple of wasp...