|One of the three turkey poults - they are doing well.|
|Dustbin Lady and Crate Lady out on the front drive with the|
|A lovely gift of acorns from Tara. Genuine Irish Oaks.|
|All quiet in the pig pen - just a million footprints|
|A good vet could get them back on their feet? These ladies went|
down to Castlerea in a trailer but came home in the car.
|All you need to cut up a pig - Scott Rea's excellent videos on|
YouTube.... oh and maybe his 25 years experience!
|With the ribs removed, these lovely sheets of front "belly"|
will become string tied, rolled rib roasts.
|The Dining Room Table gets a bit of abuse.|
|All bagged and labelled ready for onward shipment to the|
Utility Room freezers
|K-Dub rollers down the first layer of mix and the matting on|
our newly buit roof sheeting.
|The pigmented topcoat|
Well, I suspect that this is enough for this post. I hope that by the time I write again, I will be able to report Liz well on the mend and with at least one pork supper to her name (and the fallen lady jogger fully recovered). Good luck now.