The Crofter boys were out on the apportionment recently, stretching the wire stuff between the wooden straight bits. Obviously, as yet this is not a real Hebridean fence where the wooden posts would be lazily swinging on the wire in the wee breeze. Just give it some time.
Nice spot out there though - up behind a hoosey over-looking the Minch and what have you. If bored, the coows will at least be able to watch Europe's navys playing at war from time to time.
Of course the sheeps are still down on the bit of slightly grassy land above the beach down the road. Really enjoying the fine weather they are too. They too have a fine view over the Minch - and hopefully, none of them will take a closer look having fallen off the cliff. They wouldn't be the first ones!
pottery progress - The stock shed is up, carpeted , shelves bought and erected. The boxes of stock have been emptied onto the shelves, plus some of my archive work and col...
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