Well Summer is rolling on into early autumn and this morning I have picked the first batch of blackberries - it looks like there is going to be a bumper crop judging by the size of those that I picked today. All the hedges around the yurt camp are laden with brambles, sloes and all sorts of goodies for those who love to forage for natural ingredients. The feral cat is still a frequent visitor to the yurt camp, and we have named her Kitty!
Kitty the yurt camp cat!
The swallows are still raising their 3rd brood in the stable block and are still dipping into the lake to drink and putting on lovely aerial displays for all our guests. The good news is that despite a wet summer, double dip recession, the yurt camp has proved more of a success than I had even dreamed of in its first year of opening and we have welcomed the lovely comments in our guest book. My husband has told me that I am getting more like a Seaside Landlady every day - I am not sure whether it is a compliment or not!!!! All I can imagine are saucy post cards and kiss me quick hats!!!
Liz Jeffery - owner of Hemsford Yurt camp