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... pushed some of her insides out. Not a pretty sight and I spared everyone but not taking a photo. The vet came and pushed it all back in and did a little stitching so we are hoping she will keep it all in. It was pretty awful, I couldn't watch.
Tomorrow 40 babies arrive...feeding them should be interesting. The fancy machine to feed a lot at once has not yet been hooked up so I think it will be buckets with nipples. I'll take photos.
For now, Adventure ...
... new barn and there will be new milking machines, waterers and electricity to the new barn. Now we haul water in a big barrel with the tractor. Some goats are inside always and some out. I am not sure of the reasoning as yet. The next blog will be goat photos.
It is cold here, I think I will not take my long underwear off until I leave. I am dreading having to take a bath! For now, Adventure ...
Had a short little run in the neighborhood this morning, the loop took us around the village and back up a hill, of course, to our Posada. Rain came just as we were finishing breakfast, so we thought would retrace some of the routes of our rides. Well ... We covered almost three days of riding ... Have to pat ...
... cloisters with brilliant blue tiled walls, dormitories, kitchens. Fantastic tiled walls, a tiled chapel, wood panelled ceilings. Fountains in the cloistered courtyards. The famous round church (Rotunda) with nave and choir added later. Romanesque design with eight sided interior, 16 sided exterior, modelled on the Holy Sepulchre church in Jerusalem. Undergoing restoration but a long way to go. How do you maintain/restore such a vast complex? Again, so glad we came to look. Back ...
my dear friends
i haven't wrote for quite some time. the simple explanation this time is that my journey turned into some kind of "everyday" life and it feels a bit strange for me to make a travel blog about my life - just because I'm traveling.
it must have been around the one year anniversary - which we where "celebrating" in gambia with a wild african drum ceremony - where i crossed the doorstep back into a "normal life" and i understood ...