I’ve been kept busy caring for my seedlings and I’ve a path worn from the propagator in the utility room to the glasshouse. It was also a week for some good cycling, albeit in circles within my 5km zone.
Yesterday, I had my first Zoom call with Joe since his inauguration last Wednesday. We agreed on a wide range of issues. A spokesman, who
7th January 2021 My January Inspiration seemed to be glaringly absent this morning. You see, I had followed TV coverage of events in Washington overnight
Thursday, January 31st: More severe weather today. This Arctic air is fair cold. It is not nearly as cold as the Polar Vortex that has
Hard frost. Light flurry of snow lodged overnight. Thawing rapidly at midday. The seeds inside are cozy. This is my favourite from about twenty taken
Tuesday, 29th January: The sleet and snow is on the way at last. Several thousand flies, moths and other insects died in Abbeyside last night.
Last autumn I had wondered what on earth I’d write about during the winter. It is easier when the garden is ablaze with life and