Starting from number six there are five new photographs on…

November 13, 2009 in webcams by MrFarmer

Starting from number six there are five new photographs on the Photo Page of the Horses, taken by Marie when she and Margaret stayed at Denbury.

It is blowing up very hard and raining cats and dogs tonight. The forecast looks that it may well get a lot worse over night. The wind is quite strong on the Farm House level in the Valley, but gale force in the tops of the trees and in the area that the main Badger camera is positioned as you can see by the way that it is shaking the camera pole. I should think that there will be fallen trees in the Woods in the morning.

October and November have been very wet this year. Yesterday we started to get the Horses in of at night. I reckon that they will be in for the all day tomorrow. Last year we managed to keep them out until just before Christmas but unless this wet spell stops we will have to keep them off of the grass to stop them from poaching the ground.

It was raining so heavy at about 4.30pm this afternoon that Dennis decided half way through following someone that he would take shelter. At about that time he is put into his chicken house with the Chickens for the night. But he could not be found. To be honest I thought that a Fox had got him. Normally when Dennis is called he answers back. He either didn’t answer or the strong wind caused us not to hear him. After a good 45 minutes he was found where he never goes normally. If he had not been found there was a very good chance a Fox would have got him over night.

As Vicky told you last night on the Forum, the Northern Light are not able to be seen from everywhere in Iceland. I phoned the Hotel again this afternoon as it looked as if the camera was not working. It was working but unfortunately the problem was a low connection speed. I was told in the conversation that there is a good chance that there will be a lot of activity from the 18th until the 29th of November. Just got to hope for good weather.