Monthly Archives: August 2013

Bees a buzzin’ and Betty is busy

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It’s not over…

There’s a nip in the air. Towards the end of the afternoon, robins can be heard very distinctly, a sound I associate with Autumn. Yesterday the heather was covered with bees whilst all around us the farmers are cutting and … Continue reading

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Looking towards Rhulen

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Heather in full bloom

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Superb walking all around us

Many coming to this part of Wales head for the Brecon Beacons but it’s worth noting that often the Beacons are busy, especially at this time of the year. Closer to Hay there are many choices- near our farm we … Continue reading

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Herringbone sky

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Is there anyone there?

Our farm sits in what was once part of the Baskerville Estate in the county of Radnorshire. When we first moved here twenty one years ago, we would occasionally find old gates with evidence that the farm had indeed belonged … Continue reading

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The calm after the storm

Just as we were getting ready to welcome friends into our kitchen for a meal, the heavens opened and thunder and torrential rain stormed up the valley. I could see our neighbour in the field opposite in his digger as … Continue reading

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