Laura as previously mentioned is anxious to have a go at everything and despite her tiny frame is never far from the action…always with a smile on her face and never complaining. Clearly balancing is not Laura’s greatest skill or maybe the clear running creek was just a little too inviting on a steamy hot sunny day but she has the honour of being the first to get dunked when a slippery wet log inconveniently (or conveniently !!) relocated itself. The project isn’t finished yet but thanks to our young helpers it is well on the way and we look forward to it’s efficiency being tested when the Autumn storms arrive.
I would like to saw a HUGE thank you to Grace’s mom who, recognizing my English taste buds sent her lovely daughter off to the farm with a care package for me. DIGESTIVE BISCUITS, lemon curd, strawberry jam marmalade and a wonderful box of P G Tips (tea). Thank you so much, I can’t promise that I will share….but I can promise I will enjoy !!
Finally, we have all heard of “egg on your fade” but poor Greg was the ungrateful recipient of roosters revenge. As he was handling a big white rooster the unappreciative bird directed yucky projectile poo onto his face neck and t shirt. NOT the face mask you would ever aspire to but a great photo opportunity for the ranch paparazzi ( me !!!)
Time to go. The cuckoo clock has spoken, Bran is ready for another day and down at the barn old T Bone will be gnashing his teeth and Starbuck will be slavering in anticipation for breakfast.
Take care, keep safe and cool, M