Hurray, the wire netting has at last arrived, so watch out bunnies, you soon will not be able to get into my vegetable garden!! The problem is that it has been too cold to work outside, so not much progress has been made. I have managed an undercoat of paint on the trapdoor, and one coat of gloss, but it is still in need of one or possibly two more coats.
I took these photos last week, so thought that this may be a good time to put them on the blog before they are well and truly out of date.
The wheat fields just before the rain came down.
The grapes are now shooting well. The last picture I took they were only thinking about it!
The newly planted maize.
Calf 9337 so his 'earrings' clearly state if you zoom in. He was so cute and was very interested in what I was up to. Mum was also watching me closely to make sure I made no false moves.
I saw this in a shop window in Chasseneuil and thought it was 'something different'.
and lastly, but probably the most important. The war memorial in Chasseneuil where the wreaths had been laid in memory of all who lost their lives in WWII. (Photo taken Victory Day, May 8, 2010)