- Enough money was earned to cover what we need for Junes budget
- Food spending under budget
- Other general household spending well under budget with £50 left in my purse, so.........
- The Roberts radio was sent for and arrived.
- A steady stream of campsite visitors all month
- 21/31 were no spend days ( 5 spend days were car boot sales)
- We didn't travel far so no diesel put into Jeep all month
- An offer of free delivery resulted in getting £63 pounds worth of goods for £27 from Approved Foods
- 6 Jars of mixed fruit jam made using fruit from the freezer
- Lots of good books enjoyed
- Poly-tunnels planted up
- A gift from a new blogger friend
- First potatoes and beetroot from poly-tunnel
- Peppermint tea from own plants
- Pumpkin and squash plants were planted out onto the field.
- New shed base done and framework started
- Several useful things found at car boot sales
- C collected 6 more IBC water containers and sold 3 straightaway -quick profit
- Spare income saved to cover standing orders etc during the winter
- Able to borrow log splitter
- First strawberries of the season
Wind and heavy rain damaged the climbing French and runner beans, setting them back by a few weeks.
I made some Garlic Focaccia bread from a mix and burnt it!
The Camping and Caravanning club upped their prices for adding extra words to the entry in the Big Sites Book which I found extremely annoying.
Lots of nasty critters damaging plants this year.
Very few campsite bookings for June
I think I can say May was a good month for us. June brings Gooseberry picking and more Tennis on TV and the end of the hungry gap when the garden begins to be more productive.