Monthly Archives: August 2011

Sunday 28th August 2011

Just got home from the allotment Site Summer Social. Well done to Aimee and Jill for all the organisation, and also to everyone else who helped. We all had a great time, and the weather was kind until about 2.30 … Continue reading

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Saturday 27th August 2011

Popped to the allotment this morning to try and find a funny shaped vegetable. We’ve got out allotment social tomorrow, and I’m the defending champion of last years funny shaped veg. I found a couple of odd shaped ones, but … Continue reading

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Friday 26th August 2011

Just before we went away I noticed that some of my Popcorn that I had in the shed was being eaten. And not by the children. It could only be one thing…. So I popped to Homebase and got some … Continue reading

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Wednesday 24th August 2011

Popped to the allotment this morning with the kids. They were very helpful, I think because we weren’t there for long. We picked some Baby Sweetcorn, which I think will be the last, also a few Tomatoes, the last of … Continue reading

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Tuesday 23rd August 2011

Got back from holiday yesterday evening. We went to Dorset for a weekend. It was lovely. We hunted for fossils, and found some, had an adventure trying to find a cider place (narrow lanes with only one space for a … Continue reading

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Wednesday 17th August 2011

I’ve just come in from the greenhouse after rummaging around amongst the Tomatoes and Aubergines to harvest various Chillies. I felt like David Bellamy rummaging around in the under growth. I picked quite a few, some very hot, small red … Continue reading

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Sunday 14th August 2011

After having a power cut in the ringing chamber this morning whilst ringing, I pottled off to the allotment to see what kind of state it had got into since last Sunday. Of course the weeds and grass had grown … Continue reading

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