Thursday 7 January 2016
Home To Roost
I did this video the other day not a brilliant one
At the end of the day we have 1000's of starlings gather in our fields before roosting
They can be a noisy bunch at times, they roost in the trees at the bottom of the field.
Sometimes I manage to see them murmurating, but I never seem to have my camera to hand at the time, one day I will.
Other news, I gave the Alpacas there vitamin D jabs this evening, they have vitamin D because in the UK through winter we don't have enough day, some were better behaved than others.
It looks like Daisy has taken over as herd leader.
Martin is away tomorrow, I have got used to him being here it will be a bit strange just me and the dog again, I am sure we will get used to it.
Before I forget did you see the Victorian Bakers on tv the other evening, they were making bread with brewers yeast, has anyone tried it.
A change in the weather, rain through the night,
but today has been bright sunny and dry
But a real cold wind,
I had to go into Lamperter today to the dentist the temperature there was 7C
as I travelled home across the moor and up the mountain, the temperature was dropping
here it was 3C, who would have thought a difference of 4 deg over 15 miles.
While I was out our lovely neighbour C junior came over with the digger and dug out a grave for us
by the time I was back Daffodil had been buried, I will do some planting up on her spot.