Lovely skies at night, but turning colder now. The cattle still happily grazing on the fields which are a bit on the wet side shall we say so treading the soil up a bit…………ready to come in doors soon.
Our hereford bull seems to enjoy a pose for the camera. He has moved fields and has some new girlfriends now, and is exploring around the new field boundaries. Great to find that place to scratch ones itch! What else are these rocky outcrops on the farm for? Lovely picturesque views over Ross Bay, and
Just tootling along minding our own business, looking to see if the grass was ready to cut for silage, and I think we made the deer jump! There are several deer to be seen down here at Ross Bay in the different patches of woodland around the farm, living and hiding behind the gorse. There
Our beautiful bay is just the perfect medicine to relax and take a step back in time, and let the world pass you by for a few days. The sunshine looks glorious as it reflects on the high tide in the bay. The constant ebb and flow means there is always something different to see
We have several different groups of deer living freely down here at Ross Bay in the woods on the farm. We do have a mother with 2 young living in the wood on the driveway to our house and the cottages. Our talented guest Jill Rowland staying in Creel Cottage caught this superb photo of
Super walking around Miekle Ross overlooking Ross Island, views to Cumbria and the Isle of Man. Lots of things to see and fresh air to enjoy. The coastal wind blowing making you ready for a nap when returning to the cosy warm house after a bowl of soup and fresh bread roll – can you