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Monday, 11 November 2013

Bodge Job

As we are moving, we thought it about time we got on with sorting the front of the garden...

Mud isn't a good look for showing prospective tenants round! The original plan was to turf it but with all the rain we have had recently, the local suppliers have stopped cutting this year. Since we are meant to be completing before Christmas, we can't wait too long.

Chief project manager overseeing proceedings!

So.... we went for a cheap quick fix....

Bark chippings! Replacing brown with brown! But actually I don't mind it and it literally took a few hours to do. Should be nice and easy to look after for whoever lives here next. All we will have to worry about is moving the chicken when it comes to actually moving.

Moving onto the chickens; I never mentioned the (now not so) recent change... A few weeks ago Silver developed a respiratory problem (I suspect Chronic Respiratory Disease) and within 24hrs deteriorated very quickly so we (by we I mean Scott) put her out of her misery. Once she had gone I then worried about how Ginger would cope... She has been a star, not really batted an eye lid! Still laying everyday and going about her daily business like nothing has happened!

Sleep tight! x


  1. Sorry to hear about your poor hen passing. Such a sad thing, they seem so vulnerable when they're ill. Glad to hear Ginger is coping well though!

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