|An attempt with the halter on - arms not long enough to manipulate camera|
|An attempt with halter off - ran away and rosette blew away|
|An attempt whilst ignoring him - he started a fight|
Finally it blew away and landed on Bert who posed almost perfectly! Note - it is NOT her rosette!
Now I have to think of what to do with it. We are amassing a select collection, including a sash from the GWR but it is hardly enough for a full trophy room according to Carl. At the moment they are stuck in a drawer. I did try festooning the kitchen with them but Carl said they constituted a fire hazard and I should tie them up in the barn. What does everyone else do with their rosettes (and sashes)? Any other blogger who fancies posting a picture I would be very interested!
And on a serious note - if you are reading this AAFT Paul (and if not, I will email you the question!), I know I should know the answer to this one but I don't and I am never worried about showing my ignorance! I know the SD of a fibre sample is as important as the actual micron and I know the SD should be as low as possible being a measure of fibre diameter variation within the sample and that it is highly heritable BUT what I want is an SD to aim for! So what counts as a good SD?!