|The "Gang of Four" (Guinea Fowl) check out the new arrivals|
|The turkeys go out free range on Day 2|
|They are good boots from the local farmers' co-op but they|
don't last for ever.
|Shepherding ewe Lily and lamb Tigger round to the front lawn|
|The snowdrops are looking good.|
|Then there were four? The 4 remaining ducks seem very quiet|
and stay close to the sheds on Friday, here sleeping in the shade.
|The other three ewes have not yet lambed. |
Are they even pregnant?
|A recipe from the Johnnie Mountain 'Pork' book. This is pork|
and apricot tagine with pistachio cous-cous. "Lush" was one
|Lamb leg joint gets smeared with a mix of garlic, rosemary,|
lemon zest and anchovy before being wrapped in foil for a long
slow roast. It does not need carving - a good shake and all the
meat falls off the bones.
|Phil(omena) from the Red Cross leads a session on heart|
attacks, the defibrillator, CPR and strokes.
|Phil demo's the defribrillator.|
|"Nellie the Elephant packed her trunk". That's the rhythm you|
need, by all accounts, for good CPR!
And then, because some of the lads are a bit tottery on their own legs, walking with sticks etc and unable to get down on their knees to kneel over the prone patient ("or if I did, I'd never get up again!"). One suggestion was that you might sit by the patient on a chair and do CPR with your heel. If you don't do anything, the man is going to die very soon anyway, so try anything rather than do nothing.
Ah well. That's the way.