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The Healing Power of Nature

If anyone’s been tuning in to the BBC’s ‘Springwatch’ this year, you may have seen the short clip on Mark Mason Gardner, a wildlife photographer who fell in love with the foxes his garden soon after becoming wheelchair bound by an illness. In the clip, he explains how watching the…

Our friend Jack

Our friend Jack

Our pet crow ….. Crows get a really bad press in the countryside and I do understand the farmer’s angst when there are lambs and ill animals around. However, I am in admiration of their intelligence. We have a crow – picture below who comes to the garden. He is…

We are in June!

We are in June!

How did we get to June? The time has just flown by. We were almost full in both April and May which was fantastic. We are so grateful to everyone who stayed. We have had several honeymoons in May which has been lovely and a couple of minimoons too. I…

Bees and Wasps

A few nights ago Dad and I (Ross) were called out to a cabin because the heater wasn’t working. It turned out to be that I’d knocked a plug loose earlier in the day and had cut off the electricity to the boiler. When we opened the door to fix…

The Pheasants!

The Pheasants!

  After just saying I had been up in the field looking to see if I could see any sign of the pheasants in my last post, I saw them today. I could not believe my eyes. Two of the males walking down the A81! For those of you unfamiliar…