Monthly Archives: August 2015

Fish guts and similar smells

As soon as we got home from Aussie I dived down to the garden for a quick look at my seedlings. I had put them in the part of the glass house that leaked like a sieve and hoped that … Continue reading

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Gilbert’s 39th Anniversary of his 21st

It’s still dark when I slip outside and so quiet I’m absolutely delighted I haven’t missed the birdsong that greets the day. I haven’t made it out in a while as winter is a bit harder to drag myself out. … Continue reading

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Wrench the Buxus. Tick.

My first morning back from Christchurch I raced outside to feed the hens and couldn’t resist in the early morning gloom to nip into the garden and glasshouse to check on the seedlings. Lettuce up, cauli up, Bok Choi up … Continue reading

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