Friday, 5 December 2008

The snow remains

Well despite the weather forecasters saying the snow would be gone by today we still have it here, the animals are munching their way through loads of hay and getting all excited when the uncover a bit of grass.

Oonagh has been rather naughty today or last night, not sure when. For whatever reason, she decided that she preferred the look of the shelter in the field next door - probably due to the hay I had stored in there in case of more blizzards this morning. She had somehow jumped the fence that has kept everyone in since the word dot, I could see her footprints in the snow and it looked like a clear jump and perfect landing.

I put her back where she belonged and gave her a good telling off, she was still in the right place this afternoon so fingers crossed it was a one off.

I've been having a chat with another journalist today, that's two in three days; we're in demand! We are taking the boys and our knitwear to the Morpeth Farmers Market tomorrow and the local newspaper were interested. You can read the article : http://www.morpethherald.co.uk/news/Angerton-alpacas-bound-for-Morpeth.4765952.jp

2 comments:

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

Hi Debbie,

Nice local advertisement !!...I also know how excited I get when I get comments on my blog also...its nice to know that people are reading your comments....have a nice day at the farmers market...all the best...Jayne

Debbie said...

Thanks Jayne

We've had a busy day at the market which was good, and more advertising!!