I am acting just like one of those community police chappies today, in so much as I have "upped" my public visibility by some 90% and now can be seen lurking on all four corners of the field like some pervert around a 1970s BBC TV studio.
If the fox returns it may well be today or tomorrow, so with the dogs stationed on one side of the field and me and my trusty radio on the other...We have the place covered.
Mandy's mother from next door has stationed herself on their verandah as lookout, but at nearly 89 I think her heart cannot quite take the strain as several times I am sure she has mistaken William's red- brown coat for the pelt of a fox.
Thank goodness she doesn't have a gun.
However, in true Mexican dirt poor villager style, I have looked into the possibility of hiring some guns so to speak......lets hope Steve Mc Queen turns up in his denims.....
It's hot today, and I am wearing my unflattering sun hat as I catch up with " paperwork" on the grass, in between painting and repairing coops
I have a newsletter to write on behalf of the community council and after church this afternoon I want to photograph the vicar with Bingley.... I will post it later if I get the chance.....
Anyhow back to fox watch....apologies if I have not caught up with blog reading and replies.... My priorities are somewhat poultry based at the mo