Well Hello There Everyone
I apologise for my absence last week but answers on a post card about where we were.
The lambs are still arriving just at a less rapid rate than before, sadly I leave the boys alone for a week and they neglected to take any photos for you all to appreciate so you will have to be patient until next week as I have been busy in the slightly less attractive, cute and fluffy environment, the butchery. In fact if the sun holds on like it is promising there may even been lambs in fields pictures that would be fun. The markets are starting to get a slightly more springlike feel about them as people are venturing out with the slight rise in temperature, there are even some new faces appearing on the scene. I opened the window yesterday as the house was too warm, I should have turned the heating off you say, and yes I would have done if relighting the 2 stoves did not take so much time.
I think we are finally getting back into the swing of the new year and markets again it has only taken me a month. Lots of plans for the year ahead.
See you all soon
I am farming sheep and goats on the Dordogne/Gironde border with my husband and our 3 children. We have an on farm butchery and sell our meat direct to the public via the markets and delivery points in our local area