A visit to the cow

Jolan had been collecting pine cones down in the pine patch and we were to collect them, so we took our guests down to the alpacas with the car on the way.

And whilst down there we fixed the fence which the silly moo broke a few weeks ago. Also picked up the pine cone bags on the way back up – never drive empty 😉

Moo has grown quite a bit, despite the lack of green grass – it has not been raining for more than 2 months and the landscape has turned yellow.

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