Have to be a rabbit.
Now I bet you wish you could do that with your tongue don’t you!
He is showing off his muscles for you.
Queenie Wineti is impressed on the inside.
She is not a demonstrative cow.
getting its first layer of roof this week. The Matriarch has done the maths and worked out that the cost of her little house is equal to just under two years of 24 hour care in a retirement home. Looking after the elderly is very big business. It costs a lot of money. We would prefer that she grows old out here on the farm where it is not so expensive. Two of her friends have recently sold their homes and cashed in everything they owned to pay for going into care. Their whole lifes work. And still they will be dependent on the state after a very short time. That sounds scary.
Sheila and Charlotte were allowed out to play in the snow.
What a lovely day. Just a little sun and out we all go.
I have ordered two packages of bees from a beeman about 100 miles from here. Bees are sold by the pound which seems logical when you think about it. We will have two three pound packages of bees arriving with their own queen in April. I will take you with us when we go to pick them up.
Have a lovely, lovely day.
And don’t forget – if you see a picture that you would like to keep just grab it. You are most welcome. If someone admires it tell them where it came from.
Have a lovely day.