9th March 2015

Well these two are back and no they are not grazing. They are rebuilding a pile of stones one that stretches round the park. We can see bits of it but some we assume is among the trees. What it is for we are not sure because the trees don’t look as though they are about to escape. It would be good if we could get up to it because I bet it is brilliant to rub against.

We have had some cold winds recently, so cold that the grass which was starting to grow and looked nice and green has gone yellow. We were all thinking that a few more days and we would be able to get enough to graze all day. Today is windy again and Longhair bought the hay into the park. A lot of it blew away which seemed to surprise her but not us. Twolegs has made a lousy job of teaching her but that does not surprise us either.


Wilde the calf.

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