Full of Colour on the Farm

What fantastically mild and calm weather we have had on the farm this Autumn.

The grass is lush, so the sheep are thriving, and as it's tupping season (the rams are teaming up with the ewes!), it's great to see the flock so well.

The woodlands, trees and hedgerows on the farm are laden still with wonderfully colourful leaves. The private drive that leads down to our large holiday home near Rye, is a site of special scientific interest (home to ancient reptile teeth from the Jurassic era allegedly). Bracken thrives here, looking its most stunning at this time of year. And as it has been so mild for so long, the autumn season really does seem to be following a gentle pace. Hopefully that means winter will be short. 

Despite the fabulous climate, the heating is on in the oasthouse and the wood burner has been charming our guests, along with vases of berries and autumnal colour that Annie is finding in the gardens and hedgerows. It really is a mesmerising time of year to holiday on a farm. At least we think so. 


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