Credit: Debbies alpaca blog |
28 May 2012 ~~
This morning bought another close call with our fence line, this time with part of a massive wind turbine. I didn’t like them at the best of times!
This photo shows you the scale of things.
By this evening they have managed to recover the cab and trailer but the turbine remains. They are going to have to build a platform to put a big crane on to lift the 20 tonne tube up. We didn’t have all these problems with our solar panels.
On the alpaca front Nefertiti has now joined the list of full udders, she usually ends up resembling a cow by the time she births. So who will it be Willow, Nefers, Ursula or Star. Keep posted to find out.
Debbies alpaca blog |
28 May 2012
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