|The white goat loaded.|
Well, THAT was a big busy day for the trailer and even busier in other ways, too. We had three jobs for the beast today - collect pallets from JD Bob, move goats and then go shopping for hay and straw for our horse-rescuing chum, who we will call, for the purposes of this blog, for now, "Murphy's Mum". You may also know that it is voting day for the Referendum and, just to put some icing on an already rich cake, T McC's main hive decided to swarm so we got involved in that retrieval. It's all go.
|Out frightening voters in Ballaghaderreen with|
our new chum Tommy R. Canvassing.
|The geese may also be voting 'yes'.|
|Safe at Carolyn's the boys catch up on some horn-clashing|
head-banging, grudge-match pecking order stuff.
|We inherited this very smart, young cat, 'Soldier' and now|
need to settle him in to cope with the dogs.
|Hay for Horses? Murphy's Mum is just finished working.|
The posh tweed coat and strappy pink sandals may not be
the most sensible attire - open toes that close to Murphy's
great big hooves!
|Getting into some Greek food care of a Lidl promo. |
Clockwise from top, Squid, green beans in tomato sauce,
filo parcels with feta and spinach, 'dolmades' (rice wrapped
in vine leaves) and garlic mushrooms.
The count on the Referendum does not start till 10:00 tomorrow and the results are expected by about midday, so at least we can get a good night's sleep after all this drama and Liz only needs to be glued to the internet and TV for the morning.