Well pretty quiet on the farm today Bill came out yesterday to see how his alpacas are doing and when they will be ready to move to their new home.
He also collected the Yocom McColl fibre reports for the two alpacas Minne and Jonny, that we sheared this year.
Later today I am going to set up the night vision camera in the area outside the barn where the females sleep...this could be really interesting. One thing I did learn in the last installation was that if there are any branches within range of the motion sensor and the wind blows then.....you get a picture of the tree! Which is no big deal except on a windy night that could generate hundreds of unwanted pictures....
The second cutting of hay is drying out nicely in the hay field and I suspect we will turn it over later today and then bale it early next week.
The weather is still good and my tomato plants are still making fruit...which coming from the UK never ceases to amaze me. Back home you need a green house and hours of time to water and care for the plants here they grow almost like weeds..
Quite a bit of smoke in the air today and visibility is down so I am guessing there is a small forest fire somewhere up the valley.
Well better go set the irrigation running and check on the alpacas and make sure they are all okay.