Autumn day at lotty

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Autumn day at lotty

Post: #282281 Pumkinpie
Fri Oct 03, 2014 8:06 am

Fantastic year for soft fruit. Off to lotty to get some fresh raspberries to take to craft club.
Bit more clearing up too.
Really trying to get a lotty routine going.
Little and often.
Really want to get lotty off to a good start next year so I can enjoy it.
Better get off and make the most of the autumn sunshine.

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Re: Autumn day at lotty

Post: #282313 doofaloofa
Mon Oct 06, 2014 12:52 pm

So.....


What does lotty mean?
ina wrote: die dümmsten Bauern haben die dicksten Kartoffeln

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Re: Autumn day at lotty

Post: #282322 Pumkinpie
Tue Oct 07, 2014 7:36 pm

Allotment

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Re: Autumn day at lotty

Post: #282323 doofaloofa
Tue Oct 07, 2014 7:45 pm

makes sense
ina wrote: die dümmsten Bauern haben die dicksten Kartoffeln

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Re: Autumn day at lotty

Post: #282504 RunnerBean
Sun Oct 19, 2014 3:07 pm

I've had tons of raspberries this year too. My 3year old has just decided that she doesn't like them after all :roll:

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Re: Autumn day at lotty

Post: #282522 Flo
Sun Oct 19, 2014 5:53 pm

Worked in a gale today and hid from a couple of vandal showers but got a lot of stuff done. The family had left me lots of compostable goodies and loadsa cardboard which has been tidily stacked away in the shed for future composting.

Oh and I planted out some cloves of elephant garlic - wasn't going to grow it but someone came along with it on special offer at 20 cloves for a fiver and you bet I changed my mind.

Tomorrow I'm going to grab some stuff from a neighbour to put on the bonfire.


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