Spring feels on the verge of being sprung

Spring feels on the verge of being sprung, with the slow quiet dark of winter poised for the leap. Seeds are being sorted, separated, sown and sprouted; the dexter cows are eager for a galloped separation to the hill whereas the Muirshearlich blackface hill sheep have slowly been sorted in close for in-bye sprouting of… Continue reading Spring feels on the verge of being sprung

2018 Review & 2019 Plans

Its New Years eve. The animals are fed, the croft chores are done. And I'm sat inside contemplating life over a coffee. I find the approach of a new year an excellent time to think back on the year that is behind and forward to the days, weeks and months which lie ahead.┬áSo here's a… Continue reading 2018 Review & 2019 Plans

Sourdough Baking & Growing Update

Quite quiet on the doughies blog of late, and I thought it was high time for a mid season splurge of words by way of update. Bakehouse Update So our bakehouse has quietly grown in the interim. I reckon we have now gone from nano to pico to micro [and can now officially be labelled… Continue reading Sourdough Baking & Growing Update