Marking the edges of things

We need to move some young hawthorns from the tree nursery to clear the ground so we use them to fill in a gap in the boundary hedge

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Pigs need very clear boundaries, requiring heavy machinery

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as the edges are laid out

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Squirrels don’t have a concept of boundaries

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and Australorps think just because you have straw on your legs you belong to their side of the boundary

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Woodpeckers exhibit no shame in blurring their boundary to include a peanut feeder

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Elsewhere on the plot today

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One thought on “Marking the edges of things

  1. We are watching your progress re fencing etc. everyday we talk of finding a day to come over. A glamping bell tent arrived yesterday and we are keen to pitch it up! We are also not keen to leave the place… The wretched fox wiped out 13 chickens on another farm two days ago. We have got campers coming at the weekend so we could snook away!
    I wish I had time to take pictures… I love yours! Roz

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