Mad March hares

We have been really enjoying seeing a pair of mad March hares every morning in the garden by the house. Undisturbed by anything, they are gradually eating the tops off all our hedging cuttings and I wonder if they will start on the daffodils soon. (the sheep love the daffodils as well). I need to take my camera upstairs before bed so I can get a photograph of them.


The calves are growing and becoming more inquisitive by the day. There has been a bit of a lull in the calving, with 7 cows still to calve.


Duill Cottage is so very close to being finished now. We need the plumber to do his bit in the kitchen so that the new tiles can go on, and the electrician to come on Monday and put the electrics back together.


The weather today has been pretty wild. No sign of a ferry heading to Coll or Tiree today, with huge rolling waves coming in from the north west all day.




The light over to the Treshnish Isles from Haunn was beautiful this afternoon, and the wind was exhilarating to say the least.