Waiting for Doris

As we await Doris’ arrival
Doris

We already feel slightly soaked and blasted by the last 24 hours’ weather.

The run off from the pig area reaches capacity
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and we leave behind us aquatic footprints.
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Saturation is all around
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The hens are pleased to eat their teatime corn from the logs
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The Guineas are pleased to be behind glass
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The pond is put to the test
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to see how the overflow overflows
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The starlings head over to their roost
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and the Goldcrest becomes slightly blurred
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We have heard that Dinah
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will have better milk production if fed cabbages
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she does not agree
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Lottie’s only concern
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is that all is ready for breakfast
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Meanwhile the hotbed has reached a core temperature of 65 degrees
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and the latest batch of salad seedlings have had to be evacuated to somewhere cooler
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