23rd March 2015

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You know this winter lark is dragging on a bit and when I look around some of us are a bit thin. The hay is OK but I could do with some decent grass. What there is, is sort of OK but there is quite a lot of effort involved sniffing it out then chewing away at it. It is nice to have more day light thanks to the sun getting back to where is should be. I am not sure what happened there, it must have come loose or something.

Another cousin has appeared as you can see.

Longhair has been around quite a bit recently, Twolegs has been lost again but he managed to bring some hay today. He then went up to talk to the twolegged stone heaper uppers of which there was only one today. I wonder what has happened to the other, probably been locked up.

 

Wylde the astrophysicist

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