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You know those diagrams in science textbooks that show the water cycle? Water evaporates from the sea and cools as it rises over the land until it condenses into clouds. Well that's where I live - where the clouds are born. It's very beautiful here, and it's also very damp. I don't yet know what I'll be writing about here. I had a blog a few years ago called, "Growing Things and Making Things," and there will be some continuity with that, but my life has moved on since then. I'm at a stage of reflection and re-evaluation - you could call it a mid life crisis - and this blog will reflect that. There'll be posts about things I'm doing - foraging, cooking, crafts, daft experiments (which may overlap with any or all of the other three) - posts about my thoughts on life, photos of beautiful Welsh scenery, maybe some Welsh language, and probably a bit of politics. Because it's important.

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Digging - first stage finished

I've finished digging over the bottom part of the garden - yippee!


There are two more beds behind that wall. They're dug, too.

Now I just have to do the top part...


Harder to get a photo of this area but it's big, trust me.

Just because it was difficult to get, I'm going to show you one more picture of the garden.


View of garden from the conservatory roof

Sorry if all this digging is getting boring, but that's what I'm doing at the moment.

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