Allotment visit.

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Pumkinpie
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Allotment visit.

Post: #283760 Pumkinpie
Sat Jan 24, 2015 11:01 pm

Confession time .
Went to allotment . The first time since Christmas.
I was surprised how it looked.
Garlic and onions planted in the autumn are looking good as are the leeks.
Got some parsnips and potatoes for Sunday dinner.
Had a good look round to see what needs doing.
Must be good and get into going down at least three times a week, New Years resolution .
Planning tasks and putting them in the diary starting Monday .
Just hope the weather behaves it's self.
If I start now I should get on top of things this year.
To whoever it may concern. Please can I have a year when I am fit and well so I can get down the allotment . Even if I only do a little bit each day.

ina
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Re: Allotment visit.

Post: #283761 ina
Sun Jan 25, 2015 6:04 am

Pumkinpie wrote:To whoever it may concern. Please can I have a year when I am fit and well so I can get down the allotment . Even if I only do a little bit each day.


May your wishes be fulfilled! :flower:
Ina
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