Wednesday, 6 February 2013
We don't mind mice too much, we know when they're around and they're easily trapped in a machine appropriately called a 'Little Nipper'. Our only worry is that we might now need a snaring licence to catch them: perhaps The Diary should sign up for the snaring course Pat Glenday is planning at the Kilchoan Learning Centre - details here.
The structure in the foreground is difficult to interpret. It's in the a field of a neighbouring croft and consists of some large, square boulders with a neatly built wall along one side. The wall doesn't enclose any space, and the boulders are natural, so it isn't a historic monument; yet the wall took someone a great deal of time to build.