Sunday Sevens 2020 #19

Welcome to my Sunday Sevens; a post where I share seven or so photos from my week.

Although I spent the winter complaining about the rain (we did have 5 months non-stop), I was jolly pleased for some to finally arrive after two months of beautiful dry weather…


Another new and exciting event this week was that our government allowed us to meet outside in groups of up to six people.Β  So we went to our lovely neighbours next door for a BBQ before the weather broke. Of course we had to take all our own food and drink…


Whilst we couldn’t share food with our neighbours, here’s someone who thinks we should share everything we eat with him…


One consequence of lock down was that we couldn’t get the supplies needed for our concrete base for the greenhouse.Β  The supplies were finally delivered last week and on Thursday our builder friend laid it for us…


Out on a walk we spotted this beautiful baby…

Foal 2020

Now the sheep are sheered their babies are looking almost as big as them…


And finally here’s Harry having just discovered the joy of rolling in cow pats…


Stay safe, stay well.

Until next time,

Bekki x

12 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens 2020 #19

  1. Aw Harry! Yep Hugo rolls in cow pat’s and eats them too, the bugger!
    Four of my friends and I had a socially distanced meet up in the park with alcohol. 😘 Unfortunately the weather had turned. It was dry but freezing Friday night and we lasted about 2 hours…as we were all turning blue and needed the loo. Not quite the same as going to the local! X

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    1. Aw! Bless you. Yes, the weather turned just at the wrong time for outdoor meetups – we squeezed ours in Tuesday when it was still warm, but Wednesday was horrible weather – although the farmers desperately need it or their crops will fail, so not complaining.

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    1. Ha ha! Not as much as the cow pats.
      First time he’s done it – I wasn’t there and know hubby had taken his golf club with them to the moor, so suspect he was practising a shot and completely missed it happening!

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  2. Oh Harry did such a brave thing rolling in the cow pat so now all the other dogs would think he was an enormous big bruiser of a dog and wouldn’t mess with him or you. Some people don’t appreciate their dogs, some don’t even give fair shares of food.
    It’s so good to be able to be with people again- seen my son and family and had a lovely walk in the rain, but it was so nice.
    Hope the greenhouse construction goes well this week.

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    1. Ha ha! He’s pretty much bigger than every dog we meet. There is the leonburger though – who is huge and about the only dog he doesn’t like – I think you’ve hit the nail on the head πŸ˜‰
      So glad you’re able to see your son and his family again. My youngest is too far away and eldest – as you probably know – is in the Netherlands, so heaven knows when we’ll see her face to face again 😦
      Hubby working until Friday, so will have to wait until then for green house. Tomatoes still in their pots waiting to be put in there and put in grow bags!


  3. Well done Harry! 🀒 It’s bad enough when short haired Pointers do it (very rarely thankfully in this house) but a bit of the old stinky goo in that lovely long fur…. mmmmmm. πŸ˜„

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    1. Fortunately it was husband’s watch it happened on, so he had to wash it off. Mind, I say fortunately, I’m not sure it would have happened to me, hubby had is golf club with him, which suggests he may have left Harry to his own devices for too long – me and Harry negotiated heaps of them this morning without him giving them a second glance.

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