We don't have any 'people' neighbours so 'Legend' pictured above is our present one. He's 18 months old and not allowed to mix with the 'ladies' yet - so he sits in his field looking and most probably feeling quite bored. He does take an interest in us and the dogs when we walk down our track past his field, at first he just glanced but now he is starting to follow us and huff and puff a bit. We are hoping that he doesn't want to get friendlier, as the fence is very old and weak and he could most probably walk right through it. I just wanted to mention him as there's not a lot going on in his life at the moment.
My photography has not ground to a halt as it might seem from my portfolio additions, but due to continuing problems since the gallbladder removal I have been spending time learning new skills that i wish to use to expand the different markets that I can use for my art as well as my photography. In my mind I have a mass of thoughts and ideas that excite me and learning new skills in things like Adobe Illustrator is one of them that will help me to achieve these plans. More of my plans next time when everything hopefully will be moving forward.
It looks like Pembrokeshire has been removed from our list of places that we may live which left us feeling a bit lost.
A long hard look at what is important to us and what are passions are, has brought about a new place to explore. Alistair writes, I'm a bookaholic so..... Hay on Wye. Its got to be worth a visit to see how we 'feel' there, so that is our next day out trip. I shall let you know our thoughts.