St George’s Day weekend

Trying a different tack with the blog today – just going to post some pics from the weekend. 

Spent Saturday in the garden working on the veg patch – sowed a few more seeds, spread some compost, erected the sunflower frame.

You may be wondering what’s that on the side of the compost bin – well that’s what happens if you compost your not quite 100% cotton undies!


Then in the event I went to a HEOG meeting – a bread making demonstration. I’ve always thought bread-making was time consuming and faffy, but Susie made it look quick and easy. Feeling inspired to have a go. We ate lots of the stuff she cooked, and the pizza was especially yummy – although the smell of garlic on my breath this morning was so strong I’m amazed Keith managed to get in the room with me!


Finally set off back to the station, but managed to miss my train home by seconds – actually pressed the door open button, but they were already locked. Damn! 30 minute wait for the next one.


No photos from today, but we went to our son’s house across town and chopped back his massive laurel hedge for him. The have done some sewing because it was too cold and damp for gardening. 

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