Friday, 18 November 2016

Keeping busy at Órgiva Tea Garden

I've been at Órgiva Tea Garden for almost two weeks and I'm sorry that there is only one more week to go. Sadly I have been quite poorly with a nasty cold for the last few days which has slowed my pace of work but I've been determined to keep going.

The tasks here have been varied and have included weeding (always fun), turning compost (always back breaking) and building a set of simple steps in the duck pen (semi-professional finish).


This morning I was using this wood chipper to fill up one of the now empty compost heaps. It's loud and dusty but somewhat satisfying. 


This chap was giving me the evil eye - I think he's photo shy. 


And every time I see these guys I can't help but think of The Llama Song (video below for your viewing pleasure).



Finally there was a stand off this afternoon between the photographer and next year's bacon supply.


Tomorrow I will be visiting a village called Capileira that is higher than Ben Nevis (the highest mountain in Scotland). Don't forget to subscribe so that you don't miss out on the story. 

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