Just an update on that, we told my sister that we were not willing to pay any more. Molly is now on some kind of antibiotic, but they're not even sure it's the right one until they do some kind of urine bacterial culture and they won't have the results of that until next week. So my sister now has the decision as to how much money she is willing to spend.
We had a relax day yesterday, although we did take Harvey up on the common for a couple of nice walks, once in the morning and again in the late afternoon. It was a nice day, but cool...high of only around 16C (61F) and low around 6C (43F). We don't mind that, so long as it doesn't rain!
Harvey with Ruth, picking blackberries.
So we told you the other day that there are six Exmoor ponies on the common. But nobody told us there was a pig! So we're walking along and we see the ponies, but then we also see this funny looking pig. The ponies would kind of chase it for a few steps, and the pig would grunt and make some noise like "leave me alone", and then the ponies would kind of chase it again. It was pretty funny.
A pony and a pig!
Three ponies and a pig!
Walking back down through the village of Ewyas Harold, we went through the old church. This church has been around since the 1200's! Some of the older headstones can't be read any more, but there is one worth mentioning.
The Ewyas Harold church.
"Who Fell Asleep" Euphemism for suicide perhaps?
That sure is a big old set of doors. Love the hinges.
The driveway and house we are looking after. The main part of the house dates back to the 17th century! That round wheel that you see is an ancient apple press used for making cider.