Cold sunshine and blustery winds made for an exciting short circuit this morning. The sheep were in the Back Gully, near the tree reserve, when we found them, and from there it's just a short hop into the Back Gully Reserve. The Reserve is a rocky, mostly native area, though with lots of gorse in parts. It has good shelter from the westerlies, and lots of forage diversity. Although the flock has been free to go there, there is a bit of a jog in the track, around the tree reserve, that seems to keep them from finding their way there readily. At any rate, they were delighted with the fresh feed, and I was really pleased to see how full the beautiful little spring is after all the rain. We left the flock grazing happily on the east-facing hill, and they were still in the Reserve when I ran the dogs about 3:30 this afternoon. My computer is still being repaired, so no map again today.
Video V1 above. The wind was so strong I couldn't hold the iPad steady!