Monday, 23 August 2010

Meet Monty......'Monty Halls'

What do you do when you move into a new place. You do what Monty did, in his order of priority.
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You check out the food.
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You check out the accommodation.
~ You check out your outside space.
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Then, most important of all, you check out the neighbours.
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Suits me, he seems to say.....I think I may like it here!!
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After a night of torrential rain, which filled every pig trough and every container on the farm up to the brim, Monty is having a quiet day to settle himself in to his new surroundings and I am having a busy day in the house having a mad clear out for the Bank Holiday weekends' Car Boot Sales, our final big push towards living more simply. More tomorrow.
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Sue xx

8 comments:

  1. aww he is so pink and - clean ! Gorgeous.

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  2. Haha.....I know lovely clean piggy...then.....not so clean piggy now. We picked him up at a show and he had been spruced up especially!!

    Sue xx

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  3. I agree, so pink, so clean and a very handsome fellow.

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  4. Hi What an handsome fellow Monty looks. Hope he settles in well. He is certainly in for a happy time on your farm Joan xx

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  5. I did a pig course a few years ago, middle whites were my favourite, I'm still no nearer getting my farm though...:(
    Lovely pictures

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  6. I have a soft spot for pigs and he is a very splendid chap. I hope you can smell the tray of vegetables roasting in my oven, inspired by your post from last week. It's promising to be a tasty supper tonight. : )

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  7. Sue, I love his tail! It's gorgeous! Well all of him is :0) He looks a real cheeky chappy!
    Enjoy your week, lets hope for a bit more sun X

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  8. Look at that fluffy tail!! I bet it will be a while before it is like that again!!

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