According to Eddie the Shipboard Computer (ie, my watch), it is going to be 2 degrees with a gale and rain tomorrow, and that is miserable for everyone.
So I moved the horses by opening the gate and shouting at them to come into another field.
They all acquiesced and trundled in.
And Haakon had a go at Iacs which was not necessary.
I have no idea why and I told Haakon that it wasn’t very nice to bite your cousin for no reason.
Iacs, being Iacs, let it go. He is a glass half full kinda guy and I love him for that.
The horses quickly settled into their new field.
And I guess that means my obsession with the chemistry experiment ice crystals will have to go then.
I did a quick trip into town this afternoon with Ted for his quarterly hair cut. While he was in being done, I went to Lerwick to Christmas shop.
Oxford Street it ain’t but I couldn’t help thinking the phrase “use it or lose it” was very apt. With twenty days to Christmas, this is a tragic state of affairs for everyone on the Street.
It is very pretty, though, and Ted looks great – photos to follow.