When we returned from the coast we brought a box of plums home with us and quickly turned them into plum sauce.
We also bottled the plumcots that I had stored in the fridge over Christmas as they were too green.
The sheep have done extremely well on them so that was a big factor in our decision to purchase more.
This morning we were up really early and Brian let the poultry out a little earlier than usual( we found two foxes prowling around the other day, one was stealing guinea eggs from a nest in our house yard and the other was after the young turkeys up near the poultry run, both were chased away after Brian took a shot.)
The turkeys did their usual roam around but after the rain and in that early morning light the paddocks looked deceivingly green.
Our kittens are growing, the second one will go to it's forever home this week, and we have decided to keep number three and have her desexed.
We had the mother cat desexed a few days ago and have decided to keep them here together for company for each other, but decided to be sensible and make sure there will be no more kittens.
They are such sweeties, but total time wasters.
Until we catch up again,
Jane and Brian.