Monday, 22 September 2008

Sept 22nd in Pictures

Posted by Rosie

Just four pictures today - the veg patch with it's lovely straight edges, dosing one of the sheep who has the runs again,a bit of child labour and putting the turkeys to bed!






6 comments :

  1. you veg patches look so neat! - ours are a bit of a weed fest.. all tha tbad weather got on top of us.. getting it back eventually.
    and you sheep aer so nice and small! perhaps we should have choosen a smaller breed...

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  2. What breed of sheep have you got? Ours are part Cotentin ( a local breed) and part who knows what. Have you any suggestions for getting weight back on them after a couple of bouts of scouring? The vet has suggested hay and then restricted grass until they get used to the grass again but they have lost a lot of condition.

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  3. Thank you for visiting my blog, yours is lovely and I will be popping back to look now and then!

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  4. What a wonderful looking veg plot Rosie - it looks so well-established. I think a well-tended vegetable garden is just as pleasing to the eye as even the prettiest flower-garden. And you can eat it too!

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  5. Thank you. Am I allowed to say that I too am very pleased with the veg patch - I have Simon to thank for getting it set up (with his digger!) and tidying up the edges (by hand!!) but then I have done all the veggie tending (with a little help from the boys, digging up spuds and snaffling fruit). It's great having the patch at home - previously it was a couple of miles away so now if I have a spare 10 mins I can pop over and get something done. That has made a huge difference.

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  6. Oops - just been reminded that I had various friends doing weeding when they were visiting. Big thanks to Darran, Sheila, Denise (And any others I have forgotton).

    Thank you everyone!!!!

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