It is all go, though, in the small holdering business. Today we had the local plumber (Paul C) round to move the sink unit and dish washer around in the kitchen. I saw him onto the premises and then abandoned him to it while I went shopping, leaving the dogs shut into the front room so that they couldn't come and 'help' him and nor could they escape and wreak havoc among the poultry should he leave a door open by mistake coming and going to his car for tools. As well as doing his job he was mightily impressed by the size of our young turkeys and interested to get a look round the place as he has a hankering to do something like this himself; sheep, pigs, poultry etc.
|The sheep explore the 'New Bit'|
|Sheep in the pig run.|
|Craft pop-up shop in Ballaghaderreen|
|Fierce concentration at the dress making.|
|Ooops. The dogs got this young leveret before I even knew|
he was down there in the long grass, frozen in fear.