I thought it would be a good idea to take photos of Laire in some of the older parts of the yard. I ended up sticking around the lambing shed. It's one of the oldest buildings. At one corner of the lambing shed is a pair of stables for, what would have been at the time it was built, a pair of working horses.
Laire is standing on the concrete blocks that now turn the stable door - that once led into the shed - into a solid wall. Behind her is one of the pens where the ewes wait to have their lambs. At this time of year it's home to a vintage tractor.
Just outside the lambing shed.
Inside the lambing shed itself:
She fits in with these environments better than I expected. Maybe one day real working horses will roam the farm again.