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Camera Corner

Posted: 30/01/2016 at 09:55
David K wrote (see)



It didn't work  was trying to zoom with my own pics, but not other peeps.


 Works on iPad David. Although a bit blurred. 

Edted to add...didn't work when posted though!  Oh well a lovely photo in my pic files


Posted: 30/01/2016 at 09:48

My New Years resolution was to file paperwork as it came in, so far I have done just that, will it last, doubt it.

I have finished, paid  and put away 2014/15 though. Going through 15/16 now so well up to date. My daughter gets hers in by the 31.jan, just by the skin of her teeth.

Hosta will be home soon, I have missed him, he is very good company and great fun to go out with. I feel sorry the holiday didn't turn out as peaceful as they wanted and needed. His OH had worked hard for it.

Clari, how worrying for you, nothing worse than a bounced cheque. One of ours was delayed last week, but then he paid it direct into the bank.

Take care and keep eye on the bruised b**b panda.

weather looking promising for today, sun trying to break through, very boggy everywhere though. Maybe just some greenhouse work.

have a good day folks.



Identify plants

Posted: 28/01/2016 at 18:39

i think it's a Penstemon as well. 

Help! How do I clean out my pond?

Posted: 28/01/2016 at 13:21

I have frogs hibernating under the sludge in mine so be very careful how you pull it out, personally I would wait until everything wakes up. Any slimey blanket weed can be twiddled out with a stick.

Decking help - which boards and why!

Posted: 28/01/2016 at 13:12

If you do go for decking, make sure you lay it so you can get plenty of rat poison under, they love it.

It's my birthday

Posted: 28/01/2016 at 13:10

Happy Birthday to The Dove from Above. Hope you are having a lovely day.




Posted: 27/01/2016 at 12:47

Any paint from B&Q or similar as long as it says for exterior metal, doesnt  have to be spray. Just a bit more fiddly.

Sweet Peas

Posted: 27/01/2016 at 12:42

I don't soak them either, and I grow them in tall root trainers.

removing old patio and reinstating lawn

Posted: 27/01/2016 at 12:41

I know, I've had a couple

Wildlife in enclosed rear garden

Posted: 27/01/2016 at 12:37

I think Rat as well. Pour some rat poison down the hole then cover well with a piece  of slate or wood so nothing else takes it. Keep putting the poison down until it's still there the next day.

We find now that the only one that works is Neosorexa, the ones you buy in the hardware shops is pretty useless, you need to go to a Farmers store.

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