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A Selection Of Recent Photos With Little Or No Theme

It’s been raining and I’ve been unfocused, although I have been doing things! So here is a selection of pictures of nice things that have got done or are getting done. Julian dug over and/or filled in with topsoil this … Continue reading

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The Stables In Use (For Their Intended Purpose)

In the last two days I have been on FOUR horse shit outings with my neighbour. Time was when Fiona and I would go, fill one car with about 10 bags and that would do us for the season. Turns … Continue reading

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Teapot Leaf Mould Bin

I made a teapot out of chicken wire in order to more efficiently (and attractively) turn the collossal piles of leaf fall we get into garden-enriching leaf mould. Isn’t it cute? It might be less cute when it’s all deformed … Continue reading

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Stables. For The Manure, You See.

One of the first sheds to go up on the land has finally come down to make way for a more useful, less falling-down shed (or stables). It was made from bits of Anthony’s old house that he tore down, … Continue reading

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Gardening Suddenly

I mean, it’s not exactly spring weather in the sense of being warm and sunny. Sometimes it’s warm and sometimes it’s sunny but not yet both at the same time. HOWEVER there’s not finer way to usher in the spring … Continue reading

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