That's Mickey in the corner of the photo, our dog not a wayward sheep. He is in dire need of grooming and a good trim but tomorrow is another day.
The spring onions are now ready to be potted on and separated a little.
The tomatoes too are doing well.
There are a lot of varieties that need separating and potting on along with courgettes, rocket, beetroot and a selection of herbs.
Some have done better than others. It was always going to be a gamble with some of the seeds as they were out of date.
We have also been working on the dividing wall in the outbuilding. It is hard work as we are stripping pallets and using the wood. I think it is worth the effort as it looks amazing and I feel that once it is painted or stained it will be even ore effective. It is still a work in progress but I will let you have a sneak peek.
We seem to have settled into a daily routine of getting our house jobs done as we get up and then having a couple of hours outside once it has warmed up a little. We still love to watch the hens as they peck and scratch their way around the garden. Who knew they would bring us so much pleasure and of course their eggs are an added bonus.
The grass already in need of cutting...maybe tomorrow!
A joy also to see the lambs that surround us in every direction. Their first faltering steps as they suckle their Mums to the frolicking leaps as they chase each other around. Each moment a reprieve from listening to the latest doom and gloom.
Another stack of face masks made and ready for those that need one. A neighbour dropped me some cotton round but I am now getting short of elastic. I need to spend some time on the internet trying to locate and buy some. Take and stay safe.
See you soon.