At lunchtime Martin showed us the completed raised bed he finished this morning. He has concreted in the galvanised pins, put additional brackets on the corners, sifted and replaced some of the removed soil, and saved the plants that have been dug up.
These primroses may go back in, with a number of bulbs.
The activity aroused the interest of a pair of robins.
We have now agreed that Martin will help us on a regular basis.
This afternoon I published https://derrickjknight.com/2022/02/03/a-knights-tale-98-1987-part-one/
On another decidedly dingy afternoon we visited Elizabeth who hasn’t been too well.
The sheep field opposite her home in Burnt House Lane, Pilley was well stocked.
This evening we dined on Jackie’s flavoursome liver and bacon casserole; creamy mashed potatoes; crunchy carrots and cauliflower, with which she drank Hoegaarden and I drank more of the Douro.