Homegrown piglets

Funnily enough I’ve always had a thing for pigs. Ever since I went a Catholic Benedictine Convent in the Pyrenees, in Southern France, and helped out the nun who was in charge of the pigs there, I’ve had a fondness for them.

These are little homegrown piglets who were reared in Capuchin, down by the bay, and allowed to roam free and eat whatever they wanted, though their diet was supplemented, as is the same for many of the islands animals, by dried coconut.

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