The result of two bulls fighting, three broken posts - the fence had no chance
Yep, they created a bit of work for TJL, and the neighbours, as we 'hunted' B2 down.
TJL digging a post hole, to replace the smashed one
B2 was found and had gone in this direction. I got to stand, and wait. I wasn't too sure how far away he was (apparently around 2kms). And wait. And wait.
Then I finally heard the motorbikes, and B2 bellowing, and out he popped from the neighbours driveway
TJL and the boss brought B2 along the road and up to our driveway (where I was positioned to turn him into his paddock). He did attempt to go up the boss' driveway, boss yelled 'you're not bl**dy going in there' and so down he came further to our place
And into our place he trundled, bellowing most of the way
Safe and sound back in his paddock, he proceeded to tell the entire neighbourhood about his adventures.
He then settled back into his paddock
Had a bit of a dust bath
And made right with the world. He is such a HANDSOME fellow, I'd love to give him a cuddle, but I don't think he'd appreciate it. Since his return he has had a couple of big sleeps, must have been quite an adventure for him. Funny how last night I asked TJL if we should close the road gate but I could not explain my reasoning - note to self - 'next time listen to 'your gut', it's actually God having a whisper in your ear!
After these fun time adventures I finally decided to make my first ever strawberry jam. Ummmmmm. Most of my jamming strawberries were now mouldy! Argh! So I just used what I had.
Cut and then slightly mushed strawberries
Same weight in sugar
Give 'em a bit of a stir
Boil around 10 minutes (I did only about 6 minutes as I was paranoid they would burn)
Prep the only 5 jars you have, just incase ...
Find out you only have 3/4 of a jar worth.
Have yet to taste test it, shall have it on toast tomorrow, I am so looking forward to it! Hmmmmmm jam!