|First Class travel for 5 hens and a rooster|
|The eagle(s) have landed. Now I just need|
to sort out a run for them.
|A bit tight for the 6 but better than being exposed to the fox.|
Our fox trap is just visible in the background.
|Sussex Ponte 'Enda' is not keen on this|
being kept indoors till mid-morning
malarkey. She wants OUT.
On the last go today, he went in as it started to rain and got very wet before he could attract our attention. His sister, unhelpfully, came in 20 minutes earlier and curled up quite happily in the warm probably knowing that he was stuck but choosing not to cry for him for a while. With friends like that...... He was very cross, as well as wet! Maybe now he has learned his lesson.
|All 4 of our cats assess whether this bed|
will fit in this 6 foot trailer. It didn't.
|A 365 picture of a barn at night (dusk, anyway)|
We took along a put-me-up bed (one divan slides under another so that it spends its down-time as a settee) which Liz tells me sold for €49 and Liz bought some Christmas present bits as well as some furniture for the spare room (pine wardrobe, chest of drawers and a small bedside dresser, total of €15). She then put in a bid of €5 just to be nice and start the ball rolling on a black leather reclining 2-seat sofa. Ooops. Sold to the lady selling the calendars! It is now brought home, cleaned up and in our Sitting Room, looks very smart and feels very comfortable.
Because of the lack of news on Mr Fox, I am going to park that story for now. If you don't hear any more then just assume old Mrs Fox is still at large and I am bored with writing about her failure to oblige us. I am also currently trusted with the baby sitting of 21 bullocks but that's another story.