Thank you for visiting today. Sunday is always a very quiet day in my blog world.
What is your best day? I always get the most readers on Monday morning at 7am my time.
Most readers are from the United States.
Below is Pania in flight. The flying focus. Somehow being OUT of focus makes it look more real – more dramatic.
Sheila took herself for a walk yesterday. Note that Tima is hidden from sight when the big Sheila Steamship comes out of its berth to have a cruise around.
This time of year Sheila needs the exercise so I let her go wherever she wants to, though she never leaves her cows for long.
Plus she knows I have been gathering the eggs and she wants one. And she always receives her egg at her gate. She is a very well behaved pig is our Sheila with a very good memory. Once Sheila’s gate was shut again out popped Tima.
No wind again yesterday. When there is no wind I get twice as much done.
Old barns. This old barn has had such a hard life. The barns around here were not built to be pretty, they are simple useful structures and the timber was, of course, cheap and untreated so the wind gives this building a hard time too. We do a lot of patching and propping but much of the timber in this barn is rotten. It is like a painting hanging on a wall by a pin. It can hang there for years as long as no-one tries to dust behind it, then the painting and the pin will never be the same again. I have the same feeling about this old barn.