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Sometimes I sits and thinks by [Webster, Jim ]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2549 KB
  • Print Length: 71 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06X6M3SYL
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By Ignite TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 23 Feb. 2017
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and sometimes I just sits.

This is a selection of anecdotes about life as a farmer in Cumbria. The writer grew up on his farm, and generations of his family before him farmed the land. You develop a real feeling for the land you are hefted to and this comes across in these stories. We hear of the cattle, the sheep, his succession of working dogs, the weather and the neighbours, in an amusing and chatty style as the snippets of Jim Webster’s countryman’s wisdom fall gently. I love this collection.
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This is a delightful collection of gentle rants and witty reminiscences about life in a quiet corner of South Cumbria. Lots of sheep, cattle and collie dogs, but also wisdom, poetic insight, and humour. It was James Herriot who told us that 'It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet' but Jim Webster beautifully demonstrates that it usually happened to the farmer too, but far less money changed hands.

I, for one, am hoping that this short collection of blogs finds a wide and generous audience - not least because I'm sure there's more where this came from. And at 99p you can't go wrong!
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A collection of Blog posts from fantasy author Jim Webster. Perhaps more than a little different from his fictional prose, this book is still a real page turner.
In the modern era of supermarkets, processed food and vegan activism, divorced from the realities of traditional farming and rural life Mr Websters book is a refreshing glimpse at an industry many of remain ignorant of. The reader will also gain some facinating insights into sheep!
Overall worth a read!
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A delightful, chatty collection of jottings, which capture the mindset of sheep and their shepherd on a day to day basis. Thank you for this refreshing ramble in the Cumbrian countryside, Jim!
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A collection of blog posts that give a real insight into the harsh world of a small farmer. But this book is much more than that, imbued as it is with Jim's trademark sly humour and his evident love of his countryside and his livestock. Excellent holiday reading.
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