|No 2 Bed Rotavated But Still Too Sticky For Sowing/Planting 19 March 2016|
|No 1 Bed Dry & Just Needs Forking Over Before Sowing Takes Place 19 March 2016|
|Gooseberry Bushes No2 Bed Starting to "Green Up" 19 March 201|
|Walkway Installed Across Centre Of Back Garden Splitting Area In Half 19 March 2016|
|Walkway From Eastern Side Of Garden 19 March 2016|
|Pathways Being Constructed Around The Garden Perimeters Using Welsh Slate With Weed Suppressing Fabric Underneath It 19 March 2016|
|Western End of Walkway A Fish Pond Will Be Built In Front of The Banked Up Soil 19 March 2016|
|Remember "Dolly Tubs" I Had to Use One Every Week. They Make Good Planters 19 March 2016|
Another warm sunny day today and with no rain since Easter Monday I decided to spuddle off down to my plot early this morning to do some rotavating, wondering if my rotavator would start after the long Winter lay off. After checking the oil and adding some fuel, the old machine roared into life at the second attempt to start it, not bad I thought, after being stored outside, with only a canvas cover to protect it from the weather all winter. 45 minutes later No 2 bed was well turned over and although the soil was rather damp it was drying out quickly in the warm sunlight. Can't beat the old machines, not a bad hours work for a 50 years old rotavator.
After tidying up and trimming a couple of grass edgings around No 1 bed I headed off home for a cuppa.
There's Always Tomorrow If The Ominously Changing Climatic Conditions Allow!!!