|The Hubbard chicks at 1 week get a first chance to feel the|
warm Roscommon sun on their backs. It's the hottest day of
the year so far and they will come to no harm.
|Misty morning across the bog to our North|
|The Captain's table? Our former rooster re-appears coated with |
a rough and ready BBQ sauce but even though we slow-cook
him, we'd both admit that he was a tough aul' bird.
|Breakfast in the early morning sun.|
|I love the light under new beech leaves. This is in the pig run.|
|This lovely foal and mare combo (plus the|
other filly behind) have moved in next
door as lawn mowers.
|This pigmy shrew was only slightly chewed by the cat. |
Liz rescued him and I got a quick chance to take his pic
before we released him to the safety of a log stack.
|Small white (?) on dandelion.|
|The long border at Strokestown, still a bit|
'early summer' and green. Pic by Liz.
|Strokestown House walled garden.|
|Admiring the old equipment in the restored working area.|
This a lovely old Allen Scythe
|The gardener - muddy knees to prove it!|