I have been home alone driving the John Deere in ever decreasing circles tackling my invading docks, poo collecting, zooming home to hoover and place flowers strategically around the house, attempting to halter train on my own and sorting fleece. This year I have decided to try selling some of the fleece to Ackroyd and Dawson which is fine but I need to sort it roughly by micron and that is challenging for me. I had my fleece stats back, very quickly (three days and they apologised for the time it took!) and will share them on the blog once I have got to grips with them. I am pleased with them as they were as expected (with one surprisingly good one) - Yossers and Greeves were great and I am now trying to make sense of the bit showing growth over time. Initial thoughts are that they have been overfed at some points - but I may be wrong, have to study it more when I have more time.
Church on Sunday evening and the Grave Digger was almost dancing in the aisle over his 200% lambing (I will not dwell on my lambing at the moment as it has been a complete disaster).
And I do wish I could share with you something else but there is such a remote likelihood of it happening that I can't! It is very funny though! So here is a photo of Arctic instead!
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