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in The potting shed
Just seen the weather forecast according to Geoff. Thanks. Will i get my primulas in?
Been knitting again, must get cardies finished and another one done as well.
Have eaten baked salmon and cauliflower cheese with OH baked baguette
How's your foot doing these days , Bjay ?
I'm just browsing at seeds for the new border - annuals mainly for gap filling. Giving up with the cobaea this year. Got some Canary creeper instead. its a relative of the nasturstium so I'm hoping it will survive if we get another summer like last.
Bet you didn't find your salmon on a woodland walk.
For those who like a bit of a gore-Saw- the Final Chapter on at 10 on Ch5-might watch that -alone
BJay - pictures of Mumbles from the Meridian Tower - looks very dark as the window was tinted but I think it makes them more atmospheric (son's pics not mine)
I'm thinking along those lines too Jean - what will survive another wet summer rather than what would I really like to grow.
If the conditions we are getting now were replicated in 5/6 months-it would be sweltering
Bunny - good evening - what have you been up to???
Caz, maybe we should all think about growing rice .
If we could be guaranteed a good summer I would happily wear speedos. What a sight that would be.
Maybe when you're hoeing Jean
Not going to live that one down ! Should it be hoe- ing
Salmon was a quiet stroll around Morrisons - half price - what makes me think it didn't taste the same as wild salmon from Canada.
Very atmospheric photo that first one.
Foot not good as before the time to be careful was up OH was ill and I had to walk dog. Have a feeling it will be another injection unless it settles down. Usually need to wear the b***** brace again!!
Not a climber but I found Cleome was good last year and a bit different to cosmos, and have read that morning glory did OK. I have seeds I will try
Very quiet Bunny
Bunny ? Hope you are ok .
Have a look at one of the new threads. That'll cheer you up.
Can't stop laughing.
Have looked. have smiled