Looking down from Meikle Ross to the bay, farm steading and cottages. Lovely summer sunshine.
Just another picture of the silaging this time as we really like it. It captures the flurry of activity which is there and then no sooner gone. Ross island in the back drop, us tractor drivers need to concentrate on driving and not viewing otherwise we will soon be seeing the sea to close!!
Well I have to say this is one of our favourite views, looking down the lighthouse field, or so we call it, and overlooking Ross island. It is a little haven of contentment, peace and quiet. You really could be anywhere when you just look out to sea. A picnic overlooking the island is a
The lovely sunshine at costa del ross, made the sheep glad to have their long warm fleeces clipped off. All wrapped up and put in bags, just waiting to be collected and made into some lovely warm winter garments. The lambs are growing and enjoying relaxing and lapping up the heat whilst exploring the
Our resident shepherdess Philippa is helping out move this lovely set of twin lambs to a field of fresh grass. Their proud mother will give more milk and the lambs can skip around and shelter under the gorse, behind walls or under the trees when the sunshine hides (as it does at lambing time!!)
The beautiful Isle Of Man, just sat there in the sea. It looks so close sometimes and as clear as a bell yet other times hidden from our view by the weather. What a beautiful place we live when we can see so much and so far without leaving the farm. It is no wonder