While I had some doubts that Jolan would really be looking after the little ducks, I have to say that she really lives up to it. Every day she gets the little – well, not so little any more now – ducks out of the night quartier out into the chook house and run. She cleans the container and feeds them and clean up after them. That’s dedication at work.
First day in a long time without rainy weather, so we went down into the valley for fixing things, moving things and play things.
A video a friend made in summer two years ago. The horse shelter was still under construction at that time. The flightover shows our alpacas in the lower paddock and gives an impression of our lovely hillside spot.
Crisp winter mornings are fun to watch with the fog and the clouds moving, building up and disappearing again.
The first flood this winter has arrived. Usually, we have 2 or more of those events, but this year is the first time we have been having some fun in it. After all, why not?
Rain and mild temperatures have led winter to the land. The trees have dropped their leaves and the moss started to grow. Browns and greens and the dominating colours, the red and yellows have almost gone.
Here’s the rain that is supposedly to end the drought.