We spent the weekend finishing the work which we needed to do to the house to get the property onto the market. A major part of this was the removal of a small mountain of garbage which we had accumulated. We had contacted a local company who provide the service of rubbish removal, yet after almost a week, they had failed to contact us. Due to this we decided that we needed to take care of this problem ourselves. I hired a truck and we spent the majority of the day on Saturday removing the rubbish from the house.
The whole process took about 6 hours. I was glad to see the end of that day.
On Sunday, while I was working in the garden, I observed that my Geese were acting unusual. One of them was sitting under a small bush in an unused section of the garden, near some compost piles. The other two were standing nearby and were very agitated. I fetched some food and fed them, so that I could get a closer look at them. The one sitting down appeared to be healthy, and was eating the food with the other Geese. I walked over to the bush which the Geese were waiting at and I was surprised by what I found.
It appears that I might be expecting some Goslings soon. This is not the first time I have had Geese hatch eggs on my property, it is the first time that I have seen them do this, as my Geese are usually very private.