Repetitive gardening syndrome…. a name I have chosen to describe the weakness in my wrists and pain at times when … Continue reading Flaming May into Flaming June?
Lockdown continues, although this week the rains came and with it strong winds sending pink blossom whizzing off the Prunus … Continue reading Hawthorn the herald of May!
Day to day armed with a bladed tool, be it secateurs, loppers, lawn mower, edging shears, or hedge trimmer, I … Continue reading Pruning of a human kind
Often after prolonged rain I can be found squelching about in muddy gardens. While the rain hammers down outside, I … Continue reading Out from the mud of a different kind
Day 39. Te Mata Peak Track. 2 hour return 3.47 miles, summit 1,320ft Beautiful walk taking us through Redwood forest … Continue reading Stunning Peak, Hill, Lake, Beach, Sea & Church!
Day 9. We awoke to more heavy rain after a night with the roof drummer, not surprising when we were … Continue reading The Eighth Wonder of the World!
Day 4…. Lighthouse at Nugget Point…we took the main road to Kaka Point and from there the coastal drive up … Continue reading Catlin’s Coast