be my guest

May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/16/2008, p25
Trade Publication
The author reflects on farm life. For him the perfect scene is sitting in the garden on a warm spring day and watching children playing with their pet lambs and the chickens scratching about. He reveals owning a small flock of chickens in the farm. He mentions accommodating guests and offering bed-and-breakfast.


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