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jools6jools6 Posts: 62

well its been a lovely day . lots done in the garden even seen a couple of ladybirds and a butterfly . At last managed to cut the lawns without sinking, Great to see all the new shoots appearing. The birds were singing just before dusk even they are happy. Another lovely day tomorrow enjoy all.


  • lisealsliseals Posts: 74

    its been a beautiful and productive day, reckon I will sleep well tonightimage long may this weather last

  • TootlesTootles Posts: 1,469

    Couldn't agree more. Smashing day. so nice to have dirt under the old finger nails! Beats the Monday to Friday desk job hands down!

  • Busy Bee2Busy Bee2 Posts: 1,005

    It has been gorgeous!  And tomorrow is due to be even better.  Shame I have to waste some of it taking a teenager to football and working - ambitions to get the lawnmower out!

  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 33,686

    Sunny and dry here too. OH suggested I hired a rotovator and "do the allotment" . Nice lady at the hire place told me the price for a morning ( they close at 12.15), and said " for an extra £20 you can have it until Monday morning. £60 for the weekend, bargain.I'm surprised with the results given the rain we've had. I'll give it another go over tomorrow as it's had the sun / wind on it all day.

    Happy days


  • jools6jools6 Posts: 62

    its amazing what a bit of sunshine does. Plans for tomorrow pop to garden centre to see what new on the market. Have a look for something a bit tropical looking for my new project...... to create a bit of the med in my garden.Get some more seeds and cook sunday lunch while my other half plays golf. then back to the nitty griity on monday.image

  • Zoomer44Zoomer44 Posts: 3,267

    Lovely day, spent it on the allotment, got loads done, I've about 5 projects running at the same time, so when I got fed up with one moved onto the next. 

    Saw my first dandilionimage, when you've dug up brambles though, they don't seem to pose the same challenge but it was a reminder to cover half the plot over again with plastic.

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