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Visiting the pigs

Someone in our village bought a house with a garden that had been untouched for many years.  To clear it, they are using the 'apply pigs and stand back' method. The pigs like visitors and come gallumphing over to see who is passing.


When the piglets were small and wary and ran about intriguingly in the undergrowth, Rosie was very fascinated with them, but now they are a bit bigger,  she is more cautious.  Brythen, however, would like to be their friend.


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