Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
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Mother And Son

Chris and Chris, the horse owners, come when we're not looking and more often than not we don't know they've been until we've seen the results.

A few days back they let the horses into the lower field and the first thing the horses did was demolish the elaborately woven fence I'd erected to bar them from a nook between our property and the neighbours' which they'd been using as a gang hideout. Ah well. The neighbours' fence is pretty strong at that point and they're not going to get through it. My fence was fun to make- but it's gone now. If this was a video you'd see me shrugging...

And yesterday (I suppose it was yesterday) C & C snuck in again and gifted us with two new additions to the herd. I think they're mother and son. The little one is remarkably friendly and wants to be fussed. The ma is pure donkey but I think her child is a mule...


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