Starting from number eleven there are five new photographs on…

March 27, 2009 in webcams by MrFarmer

Starting from number eleven there are five new photographs on the Photo Page.

Sandford church a village about 4 miles south of Oxford. Clive.

Sandford lock-keepers house. Clive.

Sandford lock, the deepest lock on the non tidal Thames with a fall of 8 feet 10 inches. Clive.

Crocuses in Hinksey Park near Oxford. Clive.

Daffodils in the grounds of Templeton College near Oxford. Clive.

Vicky’s boyfriend David was helping me finish off feeding the animals this evening. The Reindeer needed water so we had to get the quad bike out of the Barn to take the water carriers to the Reindeer Field. By the side of the Stables there was a dead Dove obviously just been attacked. A little distance away a Sparrow Hawk landed in a Tree. On returning to the Stables the Sparrow Hawk flew in front of him with the Dove. It wasn’t going to give up that feed.

Thornton has got a liking for peanuts. I wouldn’t mind, but he is not happy with being given a few now and then, he has decided that he wants the Badgers. For the past few weeks he tries to follow me to the Badger feeding sites. I know that he is following me, but as soon as I look around to him, he starts to eat the grass as if he was not following. I now need to try to stop Thornton from seeing me going to feed the Badgers. I am not very successful and finish up chasing him all the way back to the Farm House. Sheep are not so dumb.

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