The next few posts will be catch ups from during the year that I didn't find time to post earlier.
Despite getting the tomato plants in at around Christmas time and therefore a very short growing season, we did manage a small crop. Some were put straight in the food processor and frozen ready for adding to slow cooker meals and some were dried for storage in olive oil.
A surprise visitor was a young ferret that put the wind up the chooks and made himself at home in the house via the back door between my feet. Obviously a pet, turns out he came from two farms over. No idea how he made it across so much farmland, but the kids were very pleased to have him back.