A windy night, but not as bad as we were warned.
We went for a speedy walk this morning after hearing on the radio that 20 minutes of brisk walking can extend your life even if you are overweight. Now we know how far along the road we can get in 10 minutes we might do it more often. Our usual walks around the footpaths are just mud at the moment and there is no way to walk briskly when every step goes squelch.
After coffee a bit more compost was carted to the fruit cage and put around the two rows of raspberry canes. Just a few gooseberry and redcurrant bushes left to do. Then it will be the bigger job of putting some in the 3 poly tunnels.
Nothing much to write about today, so
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