Ever seen a cow in 4K video? Me neither. My Samsung Galaxy Note 4 shoots 4K video so I pointed it at one of our beefers to see what would happen.
I thought it would be years before Owen could cock the Webley & Scott break barrel air rifle we got him for Christmas. That’s not a “youth” model. It’s very powerful and hard to cock.
After a couple of months, he figured out this trick:
We’re going to start posting some videos on YouTube. Check us out if you like: farmlet.tv
Her name is Niamh Katherine Flaherty. Niamh is an Irish name and, depending on who you ask, it’s pronounced Neev or Ne-uv. We say Neev.
Niamh was our first choice all along, but we didn’t like the anglicised spellings of it, and we were wondering how difficult it would be for her to have a name like Niamh outside of Ireland.
We will be homeschooling her so she will be spared teachers calling out, “Ny-am” at roll call, etc.
If she winds up thinking Niamh is too weird of a name, I can console her by telling her that I thought Saoirse (sear-sha) and Arwen were pretty cool too. 😉
Our daughter was born yesterday afternoon at home. I helped to deliver her because Becky’s labour was very fast! Our midwife was only about a half hour away, but by the time she got here, our baby had been born.
Mum and baby are doing great. *phew*
We would like to tell you her name, but we haven’t decided on one yet.
Our friend, Peter Griffiths, makes a range of knives at his workshop and gallery out in Takahue: shark-knives.com.
Pete doesn’t use the computer much, but if you email or call, his wife, Sabrina, would be able to help you.
If you’re in the Far North of New Zealand, you can also drop in and check out the Long Flat Bottom Workshop and Gallery, where Pete makes the knives.
Wood Craft, Permaculture Gardens, Knife Sharpening, WWOOF Hosts.
274 Takahue Road
09-408-3685 (Please call during daytime NZ hours)