Spring made space for Summer

Spring came and went, Summer took over without much changing.

It's still raining every other day and the sun shines intermittently. But on the bright side that has made all the grass grow. Lots of farmers have made the first cut with hailage and it keeps growing. So let's not complain from that perspective.

A brown calf with white patches in lush green grass

The self-seeded tomatoes have grown considerable and had to be thinned out after they squashed the strawberries and parsley. The latter had previously grown into a vigorous bush and was likewise trimmed.

Last weekend was the annual alpaca maintenance day, turning fluffy teddy bears into stick animals.

The goats got a new playground platform as the old one was pretty broken after about two years. The old remains went into the that was well received by all guests.

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