Finding the cracks where the light gets in

Currently the weather is mainly like this
weather
Which is great because it is mild – day and night – mainly calm and…DRY.

There are a few moments when the light shines in as the sun lifts its lazy late October rise before it disappears above the cosy clouds. It blasts through from the East
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and casts a roving spotlight to the West, picking out selected highlights
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We continue our home brewing experiments
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and having visited the neighbour’s field to gather the fallen crab apples from among the sheep droppings
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are gratified to find that Andy Hamilton says
crabapple

Meanwhile, we think the sheep on the opposite hillside might be trying to communicate with us in code
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Pethan eraill yn y tyddyn heddiw:

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