Strange Clouds, Cold Evening and Dry Well!
Dinner guests, dry well and crazily cold…but a picnic was the best option given the circumstances…so Lough Key forest Park beckoned and off I went armed with the makings of a jolly good time…yep, you’ve guessed right…home made wine and a wide selection!
Cold, but really dry! And some magnificent trees!
Some of the party decided to try out the ZIPWIRE experience at Lough Key…and here’s Kate up a tree! A fantastic experience!
And Dominic waiting to career off down the wire!
TombRaider style descent…
So there you have it…a dry well and unflushable toilet is not the end of the world after all…we scale to higher heights…mmm, okay, I’ve had too much Strawberry vino de Bealtaine!
Surrounded by pots of everything, all grown from seeds, the Pumpkin…and don’t ask me what kind it is until it produces fruit…is sporting a big, fab., yellow flower! It’s happy! I’m happy!
Talking of happy, I was in Omagh on Wedneday last to help Mum celebrate her 81st birthday…what a girl! She manages to outstyle me, out-talk me and usually outsmart me as well! Not looking bad for a woman who told the doctors to back off over her diagnosis and operation for breast cancer late last year! “No more drugs or treatment, I ready for living my life not sitting in waiting rooms,” she quipped just before Christmas…yep, you can’t keep a good woman down! …And, talking of Alice Taylor, isn’t she a woman for our times? On board the Gaza Flotilla…more power to you Alice!
Continuing to harvest a magnificent crop of blackcurrants…Permaculture sown and grown…the BEST!
More wine ready to be bottled and fined down and cleared without the use of animal products, as used in the commercial wines! Still, if you want to eat and drink the finest than it’s always best to make it yourself!