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An Autumn Flock Update

An Autumn Flock Update

Posted 19th October 2020, 4 replies, 0 likes

It's been so long since we posted an update so we thought we'd post a flock update! Read Article

RIP Lyssa

RIP Lyssa

Posted 3rd April 2020, 6 replies, 0 likes

Today we say goodbye to our lovely Ronnie ewe, Lyssa, who died after producing two lambs yesterday. Read Article

Live Chat

Neil 12:03

Hello Everyone & I'm a little later, Enjoy Your Day Everyone, whatever your weather...

Helen 11:59

Hello, all. Late today. I hear and see more rain, today, but enjoy your day in whatever way you can.

Ric 09:27

Morning all

Cindy 08:51


Debbie 08:34

Good morning

Milly 05:57

Morning all

29th October 2020
Helen 14:58

That sounds very wet indeed.

Neil 11:30

Good Morning Helen & All Folk, yes Helen...Rain & more rain it started off dry with us in Stamford but alas soon arrived & seems here to stay for awhile...at least it's better than snow & ice!!! Enjoy your day Everyone...

Helen 10:09

Good morning, I see and hear more rain. Enjoy your day and stay safe and well.

Debbie 09:00

Good morning

Cindy 08:51


Milly 07:30

Morning all

"B" 02:54

The moon is just peeking out behind a cloud...

28th October 2020
Helen 16:59

Guess we won't get a sunset tonight. Some large grey mass is in the west. That's the thing about this time of year (here, too) it rains a lot. Apparently it's the clash of warm and cold air masses - the change of seasons.

Neil 16:49

That's ok He;en, I just thought I would mention whilst thinking about them

Helen 13:41

Interesting image right now - raindrops on the lens but a beautiful blue sky and lovely green pastures.

Helen 13:23

Thanks, Neil, for the suggestion. I think I'm on the mend and will carry on as normally as possible. It is cool outdoors, but it is warm inside our building, as we have good central heating. And the sun is shining today - that always helps.

Neil 12:57

p.s. If you would rather e/m me with your address my e/m is shetlandtop1974@btinternet.com

Neil 12:44

Hi Helen, Have you tried what my Dad called a "Rabbit" to keep yourself warm, providing of course you have a microwave oven. I really mean a wheat bag filled with wheat or lavender, Dad called the m rabbits when Mum had one for her arthritis as they reminded him of when he used to roam the fields in his Village as a boy, catch rabbits & hang them around his neck to take hum to his Mum to make into a rabbit pie..back in the 1920-30's! I use them a lot & in fact have 2 on my legs under a blanket now. Meanwhile, I'm busy tabbing Santa cats for my Christmas cards...Anyone whose address I don't already have pls PM me with it if you would like to receive one of my "Ho! Ho! Ho! Christmas Greetings..let me know here that you have PM's me & I'll try & access your mssge!

Helen 12:05

Hello, all. I'm late again. It's 4c degrees here, so high 30s for our US friends.

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