Nearly 20% into November…

When there were a few days of frost last week the leaves clattered down but now that winter is on hold for a while change has slowed and the wood remains semi-transparent

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Neither ourselves, nor Andy Goldsworthy, arranged these – they just appeared:

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Beneath the ground, through the stumps, mycelium spread (along with strawberries, that seem to pop-up everywhere)

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Harvest continues

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and has to be processed

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The tomato harvest is almost over

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When Jessie is not admiring the view

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she has adopted a station here

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Because she likes helping when the pig food is prepared we have had to make a bench which is (possibly) beyond her reach

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The cut grass from the meadow is being appreciated by Bert

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It is coming up to crunch time for the summer hatchlings who made the mistake of being male

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We do need one replacement cockerel and maybe a second for our other flock but that leaves one…
The older hens are working on the principle that an apple a day

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keeps the fox away (mistakenly, obviously)

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