Sunday, 15 March 2015

Rural affairs

This afternoon we're off into town to view a screening of a documentary about animal husbandry, the urban/rural divide and general farming practices. I see this as necessary research and my community duty in an endeavour to be well-informed and knowledgeable about agricultural matters that affect the countryside.

It's called Shaun the Sheep: The Movie.

What?! Why are you looking at me like that?

Earlier this morning, Our Lass and I pottered down to the shore for a bit of fresh air. Today, we could smell the sea. Oddly, it isn't always so.

In the kirkyard at St Nicholas', it was a case of light and dark. No metaphor intended.

The roadside verges are beginning to brighten up, as Coltsfoot emerges from the dormant Winter ground to proclaim the renewal of Spring.

And following a Spring Fayre yesterday, there's more trees to plant in the garden at Tense Towers. Watch this unkempt space!

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