5 days ago
Very sad day yesterday - I felled 2 old ash trees (200+ yrs old). They have been dying of ash die back over past 5-10 years. With the flooding today they have come back as river creatures!! A croc and arachnid! ... See MoreSee Less
This is the biggie - still towering proudly despite the disease - surviving Caira. Stuc a' Chroin yurt will be going back up for Easter - to complete the picture. I am so pleased I planted a woodland 25 years ago - it was an agricultural field before. So there are young ones coming up behind. Alder, oak, aspen, gean, wild service tree and some ash - but mostly already looking sick.
It is heartbreaking to see them go.
No bat potential?
1 week ago
Willow star and lunar moon. Finally finished the willow fedge - now to the labyrinth! ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Willow harvesting in full swing. Now is the time to get your willow for that dome, tunnel or willow fedge. ... See MoreSee Less
West Moss-side/Trossachs Yurts shared a photo.
3 weeks ago
Less meat but only the best! Organic, rare breed Shetland and 100% home fed ( Flanders Moss National Nature Reserve in the summer and West Moss-side hay in the winter! )Our market is open! How about some brisket this week? It can be a deliciously informal dinner when you need something warming and filling but also a fabulous Sunday lunch with all the trimmings if you’re looking to impress. It needs a gentle slow cook but it’s worth the time. Kate’s organically raised cattle from West Moss-Side Farm is available this week, it’s all delicious but the brisket is maybe the best of all! ... See MoreSee Less
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