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Friday 30 August 2019
by Wulf
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Chop, chop

This morning, my brothers and I were doing some work in my mum’s garden. The main event was taking down a large conifer which had definitely got too big since it first went out 20 or more years ago. It … Continue reading

Saturday 15 September 2018
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Empty and Full

On top of my previous labour, it took most of yesterday and today but the bookcase is finally installed and full of books, even if not yet properly set in order. Frustratingly, the mini shelf at the top is just … Continue reading

Thursday 30 August 2018
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Crataegus monogyna

Aboroculturists will probably have noted from the title that I’m pondering hawthorn. A common tree in the UK, it is often found in rural hedgerows – the thorny spines make a good barrier while the berries feed many animals (and … Continue reading

Friday 24 November 2017
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The Cherry Tree

No, not the one from last Friday’s photo. The cherry tree I was concerned with today is one that a neighbour in a nearby street cut down a few weeks ago. Somebody else’s property, somebody else’s tree and somebody else’s … Continue reading

Saturday 30 September 2017
by Wulf
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Consequently…

I’ve had a busy old day. The morning was taken up with playing with the various stashes of firewood in the back garden – making room for the bits I picked up yesterday by moving older pieces and doing some … Continue reading