As usual life has been a little busy with the kids having started school again and me having sat diligently filling out the same pile of forms with exactly the same information that I have been putting on their forms for the last 11 years. Good job we live in a large forested area "Le Forêt de la Double" as it's just so handy to pop out and cut down another tree when the paper supply is getting a little low.
I am currently under immense pressure to organise delivery of the girls, purchase presents and cater for the latest round of Birthday parties that are looming on the horizon. I am hoping that number threes find, outside our butchery door, is going to help me out a bit over the next few months. She needs a bit of practice with the camera focus but not bad for her first close up photo. Probably if she had used a proper camera rather than my phone it would have been clearer.
It is very scary how quickly the year seems to roll round as we have done silage (already!) this week. It seems like yesterday when Gavins parents were here and we had the last lot delivered. I am sure we are running a bit later than last year but cant find my photos to prompt my grey cells. They must have been consumed when the computer went on sick leave.
Here are some nice action shots for all you tractor enthusiats out there;-) Definitely a Claas and Fendt for those are not up to speed with the colour coding on tractors ;-) The trailer is....a blue one.... Yes my powers of machinery and equipment identification have now reached their limit.
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