Thursday, 1 September 2011

Me, the hosepipe, and new recruitees


Just me mucking about as per usual...


Hope you enjoyed sharing time with me, Max, and the new arrivals.

9 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I am disappointed, my connection is too slow and videos just do not cope so I have no idea what you are up to!! :-((( Diane

Vera said...

Crikey Diane, no YouTube then! But at least you have some sort of connection speed albeit a slow one. As for what I am getting up to? Oh just my normal fuddle as I try to give Max a hosing down, and introducing our three new geese who are currently resident in my veg patch and have already trampled over my onions!

John Gray said...

boy it still looks dry as a nun's chuff there!

the colour of those pigs is wonderful

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

You are right Vera, no YouTube!! One minute of video takes about 4 minutes to play in jerks, drives me mad!!! I asked Roz about their connection which sounded fantastic, but when we put in our postal code they do not cover our area. Once Nigel moves here more research will be in progress!!! Diane

Duta said...

Believe it or not I got fascinated by the clear water flowing from the green pipe. This and the cute dogs - that's all I saw, as I too have difficulty with youtube videos.

Vera said...

John.....meanwhile we have had two nights of humungous thunder storms so we are not quite so dry! Tamworth pigs are indeed a lovely colour of terracotta aren't they!

Diane: Do hope you manage to sort out your internet connect speed.....You tube is such a valuable source of info, and fun!

Duta: Sorry that you have probs with Youtube as well....

Ken Devine said...

Hi Vera
I enjoyed the video update...Max, the geese and veg. Thanks.

Roz said...

I'm still laughing at Johns comment but don't let the bloody geese anywhere near your patio - they can poo for France!!!xx

Vera said...

Ken, glad you enjoyed the vid.

Roz, they are pooing copious amounts in over my veggies as well (they are at the moment housed in the veg plot!)