DeDUCKation – the daily routine

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.

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February was thought to finally bring summer. What it brought instead was more rain – and storm.
The month is almost over and has been rather eventful. From rain to sunshine to torrential rain again and alpaca shearing in between.
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