Morning duties start first light. We are at the stage when we make the most of every hour.
And, although I am not responsible for feeding the Old Fogeys (Haakon, Bibble and Kolka – I delegated this to OH), I go and see them once I have finished feeding my lot. I like to check everyone can walk, talk and eat with no problems.
I had in my pocketses three Pasture Cookies – always guaranteed to be a success but first, I had to play “spot the horse”.
Some were easier than others to find.
The cookies went down well.
It was a fair distribution.
And everyone is looking very well. They’re all beginning to slim down a bit, which is the intention and no bad thing. This is what winter is for and let’s be honest, everyone has some to lose.
There will be no calorific food until I can feel ribs but there is still plenty of grass around so I think that might be a while, if ever.
Anyway, the Old Farts are all fine.