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MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 04/07/2013 at 09:31

Morning all just dropped son off at work in Glasgow he was at the Bon Jovi concert last night and a drink so had to drive him to work. Very heavy rain here this morning sowed some basil,coriander,salad leaf and carrots last night today got dentist at 3.00. Great to hear Brumbull is fine and well no doubt he will be back on here soon as he can keeping us all right with his advice have a good day all.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 03/07/2013 at 09:23

Morning all popped in for tea & toast been in greenhouses since 6.30 doing a few planters for the front path now going to feed tomato plants when go back out it's dry here now. Yesterday it rained the whole day was a good day to watch MIL house as the workmen in doing new bathroom brother in law off the rest of the week so he will be there till it's finished. Looking forward to Sat as it's the gardening club all day outing visiting 3 gardens in Ayrshire bus leaves at 9am back at 5.30/6.00 pm and weather looks to be good me and wife will enjoy the day.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 02/07/2013 at 08:22

Morning all dull but dry just now in for tea & toast then going up to MIL as she's getting bathroom refitted full job bath out walk in shower to make it easy for her. Wife not wanting to leave her herself with the workmen her son will be there till 11 then he's off to work. Got my planting area finished yesterday very happy with it as got a load of  plants where i wanted them. Next big job is doing the front path and back border but got up to 12th Aug to tackle them when weather lets me. FG nothing worse then when the watter is running down the shugh of yer erse and still no finished what you wanted to do have a good day all.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 01/07/2013 at 08:56

Morning all windy here just now but stopped raining for the time being but overcast will be trying to finish a planting area which was chipped at the back garden as got plenty of plants to put in it. Was not on here yesterday up early and me and my good lady went away for the day before she returned to work today. Went to Gourock to see Cardwell GC which one of the girls at work told me about very large GC spent about 3 hours there and had tea & scone only spent £8 on a patio rose called Sunseeker to plant at my mother & fathers grave. Then drove along the Ayrshire coast down into Dumfries stopped for fish & chips back home at 6.30 last night lovely day out. Now going out to get on with the work before rain stops play for me lol have a good day all.  

Your pets in the garden

Posted: 29/06/2013 at 07:27

Frankiewhippet we raced at Shawfield in Glasgow with graded dogs but where all over England with open race dogs for years very few tracks i've not been in that includes Ireland also good luck to you and your husband with the dogs for the future be lucky.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 29/06/2013 at 07:14

Good morning all dry and bright here just now but not to warm just at tea & toast before taken son and friends to Ayrshire to play bowls then am back and into the garden. Going to change a chipped plant area into a fully soiled planting area got wood to raise the height to put more soil on it so hope it stays dry have a good day all.

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 28/06/2013 at 10:14

KEF here's one i made in March out of secondhand wood bubble wrap inside and clear heavy plastic outside sliding door is shower glass for top of a bath done a lot of seeds in it this year works well.

http://s4.gardenersworld.com/uploads/images/original/26395.jpg?width=272&height=350&mode=max

 

Your pets in the garden

Posted: 28/06/2013 at 09:56

Thanks Salino they make great pets and are very lazy they love just lying about most of them. Frankiewhippet what's your husband's name and where do you race the dogs it's the injuries that are the worst part of racing but we only went to vet if very serious injury we had ultra sound and lazer machines for treating injuries plus swimming pool and walking machine to get them back to fitness had a great set up also 270 yard gallop slightly uphill grass other trainers came to use it also. We had 30 pups 30 race dogs 4 brood bitches i payed my brother and 3 part time staff to look after them i worked full time with the council but when finished work or time off i was always there keeping everything as i wanted loved it great dogs to work with. 

MORNING FORKERS

Posted: 28/06/2013 at 09:38

Morning all well this is late for me had to take daughter into Glasgow for work as going out after her work tonight then came back and dropped off wife's car at the garage to get a service while shes away today. Now a cuppa tea then got a match at SW19 shortly as FG says lol never played tennis always football. Going to get some wood for making a large bed for plant's at the back garden that's my task for the weekend tomorrow morning to drop son and 3 team mates off at Irvine in Ayrshire to play bowls so maybe pop in to the GC i visited with the club 3 weeks ago which is only 15 min from where dropping son off if weather 's good have a nice day all.

Your pets in the garden

Posted: 27/06/2013 at 18:36

Salino I know the dog very well trained dogs for one of the syndicate that owned the dog and John Daly trained it for them if i remember right. I know the brothers that own the Droopy's kennels in Ireland really well have had bitches breed by there stud dogs great guys to deal with. Our family had great times over the years doing the dogs sadly dad passed away in Sept 2011 then i took seriously ill so gave up the dogs but miss working with them. Now it's garden all the time  which suits me with my illness and loving it putting 100 percent into it as i do with everything in life i've done over the years.  

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