Pennine Petal

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Posted: 23/10/2012 at 07:18
Morning Pam, just eating my porridge before venturing out into the fog. Running a little behind schedule, but couldn't get out of bed this morning. In fact, would be happy to climb back in.

Have a lovely day everyone.

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Posted: 22/10/2012 at 20:19
I do Geoff. So when I am working at home I try to make up for that and when the students are not around I can be more flexible.

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Posted: 22/10/2012 at 20:08
Evening all, sorry couldn't chat earlier, but got home late from work. I have porridge for breakfast lovingly made by OH, have it made with soya milk and put in dried cranberries.

Leftover lamb for tea, well ab bit late for tea now, will have to be supper.

Well done on the pumpkin front Geoff.

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Posted: 21/10/2012 at 21:35
Jo, we usually go to Dunham Massey rather than Quarry Bank, but I do like it there. Missed the photos, did intend to go, but ended up in the car park after our walk and couldn't be bothered to go back down to the mill. How lazy is that!?

Managed to be some of the plants from the pots into the ground when I got home, but still a lot to do and so little time before the cold weather closes in. I could always have a week off work with stress!

I won't miss the actress! Poor Anton, he does get them!

Hello from a Newbie

Posted: 21/10/2012 at 21:22
Welcome to the forum, Le Hibou, ask away, the gardeners on here are always happy to answer questions. And itmis always nice to learn about other people's gardens wherever they are.

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Posted: 21/10/2012 at 15:49
Afternoon all, just arrived back from a few hours at Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire. Didn't participate in the ghost walk around the mill though, Halloween stuff all around the place, Jess would have enjoyed it, Becks.

Trees looked resplendent in the sunshine on the woodland walk, very muddy though. Off out into the garden while there is still a bit of sun on it.

What's for tea?

Posted: 21/10/2012 at 15:42
Is it miserable outside Leggi? Leek and potato any time for me and it's a beautiful day here. Try leek and asparagus too, 10 minuties and it's all done.

Roast lamb tonight. Should have done it last night but had sausage and mash instead.

Where is Nigel?

Posted: 21/10/2012 at 10:06
I live in a row of 4 houses with no fences between us, it is very communal with a constant parade of cats coming to say hello, as well as their owners. Having said that we are not often out in the garden at the same time, so I sit and enjoy the sunshine and quiet with at least one cat next to me. It's the pets garden too and I think it is nice to see Nigel and Monty together in the garden. It reflects what is going on in gardens around the country.

I think we all agree about a longer programme, let's start bombarding the Beeb with emails!

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Posted: 21/10/2012 at 09:53
Jean, wrap yourself up and don't do too much! Let OH pamper you. If I lived closer, I could bring you over an aromatherapy potion,lavender and eucalyptus to rub on your chest.

Geoff, thanks for advice, will try that.

Lovely morning here,blue sky and sunshine, going out for the day, but can't decide where to go.

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Posted: 21/10/2012 at 00:56
Thanks Gary, but I don't have a tree icon! No icons at all because no toolbar.

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