Posted: 11/01/2017 at 09:19
We visited Uluru in Jan 2001. 40C in the shade but bearable because it was dry heat and we didn't have to work. I can take a lot of dry heat. It's humid heat that floors me.
Enjoyed MD and did feel for that woman down-sizing to such a small plot and am pleased she's found a way through to enjoy her new garden. Monty was very good with her. The young couple are amazing; so full of energy and zest for life and a great set of friends and family to help. Flowers - I have done something similar but a bit more artistic to an albizzia julibrissin because every single plant underneath it was dead apart from a few tiny bulbs. The canopy needed thinning to let in light and rain. I hope they get some decent apples and not just a load of water shoots.
Grey and drismal to day but calm. We're off to look at new kitchens. I've tried but this one is badly planned and the cooker is a nightmare. Who would install a 90cm oven that runs on bottled gas? It can't bake and it can't roast and it doesn't cope at all when I'm using the hob too. It has to go.
Keep safe everyone, whether dealing with strong winds, high heat or lurgies.