It’s been another hot week. We reckon it’s 6-7 weeks of no rain here, although there was 5-10 seconds of raindrops on my windscreen after tennis the other day. Our field out the back and the paddock are still looking mostly green, although it’s yellow verges, yellowing garden, flowers that aren’t lasting, and white rather than purple buddleia. Hopefully we’ll get some rain soon, ahead of going camping (the thought of putting a windbreak in the ground isn’t an optimistic one). But at the moment it’s looking like we’re going to get rain while we’re away. Typical.
This week’s been the usual fun run down to the last week of school. England unfortunately lost their semi final but N managed to stay up until mid second half. He’s still talking about how well they played despite being really young, and isn’t worried that they lost the 3rd place play off on Saturday. They’ve certainly inspired him even though he insists he still doesn’t like football much.
School was busy with fun swim, open morning, target assembly, and activity day which N loves.
On the farm, they’ve been baling this week. Harvest has started with the combine going in the fields next to ours. This week’s Project 52 shot is of them going off quad biking up the field to check the cattle. Like father, like son (he does usually wear a helmet, so I’m not sure what they were doing going off without it!).
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