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Tuesday, 2 September 2008

The boars are back in town

Cloudy-to-overcast today. Twenty-five-and-a-half degrees at 11am. The woodlands are completely still.

The wild boar continue to devastate the prato. As quickly as we put everything to rights, they come back for another round of twilight partying. The Corpo Forestale with their big guns have us on their list. Hope they get here before the boar discover the chicken feed...

3 comments:

Vanessa said...

Hi Louise -- I like the new slide show! :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Louise,
Yes the slide show is great. I hope you find the time to include it in your future blogs.
The summer is slipping away and its getting quite cold now with lots of rain here in Sweden. It seems the Brits are sending it over to us after they have had enough.
I hope the boars get seen to soon, for the sake of the chickens and the destruction of your garden. There is always something that spoils hard work.

Louise said...

Thanks for your compliments on the slide show. It took a while to work out how to do it, but now I know how, it's simple. Makes a change, anyhow.

Hello Anon - so you were tired of the rain the Brits sent you and now you've sent it on to us?

Tuesday, 2 September 2008

The boars are back in town

Cloudy-to-overcast today. Twenty-five-and-a-half degrees at 11am. The woodlands are completely still.

The wild boar continue to devastate the prato. As quickly as we put everything to rights, they come back for another round of twilight partying. The Corpo Forestale with their big guns have us on their list. Hope they get here before the boar discover the chicken feed...

3 comments:

Vanessa said...

Hi Louise -- I like the new slide show! :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Louise,
Yes the slide show is great. I hope you find the time to include it in your future blogs.
The summer is slipping away and its getting quite cold now with lots of rain here in Sweden. It seems the Brits are sending it over to us after they have had enough.
I hope the boars get seen to soon, for the sake of the chickens and the destruction of your garden. There is always something that spoils hard work.

Louise said...

Thanks for your compliments on the slide show. It took a while to work out how to do it, but now I know how, it's simple. Makes a change, anyhow.

Hello Anon - so you were tired of the rain the Brits sent you and now you've sent it on to us?