Woke during night, but actually managed to stay in bed til 7am! And then it was Barclay who made sure I got up.
Nice morning again, but more cloud appeared. Got bread made for guests and even set on giving espresso machine a good clean.
11am Deer appeared in field for brunch.
McDuck came out of the coop, so took the opportune moment to head on in, only to find Agnes in a nest box! Thought McDuck was eating, but saw her away doon the glen with McQuack! Hope she isn’t getting tired of motherhood already?
Perthshire Open Studios application came through, so got registered for it.
I do not think we have the brightest animals in the box! Would give fresh grit and treat sticks to the poultry and cleaned out their sandpit and got fresh sand in and all they did was stand at outside of fence looking through, wondering how to get to it all! Gate wide open and these treats are near said gate! However, tame sheep figured it out and grit went everywhere!
You know you are tired, when trying to eat your Rice Krispies and you’re using a fork instead of a spoon! Whilst eating said Krispies, took a read of latest ‘Your Chickens’ magazine, especially article on Cockerels & aggression. Think I’ll put it in the coop for Bruce to browse over.
German guests arrived.
Tuesday 10th April – Hadn’t gotten up during the night, but tossed n turned a fair bit. Cooler morn and overcast. Up at 6 and pretty much on with jobs, then into Gallery to mount prints.
And looking out to Loch McBasil, there I saw for the first time McQuack swimming on it.
By time midday came, my M.E was playing up and I was exhausted, so time for some time out and snoozed.
McQuack totally disappeared this afternoon, but I saw him returning back up from the river around 5pm. I wonder if he’s messing around on the river with wild ducks whilst McDuck is on the nest?
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It sounds like your body is getting some of the rest it needs. I enjoyed your stories today, especially about your birds – crazy critters. Thanks for sharing a glimpse of your life Karen.