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Who remembers a bit of bully? 😁
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I do. In fact ‘you get nothing in this game for two in a bed’ became a rather risqué saying back in the day!
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Hen-Gen wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 1:46 am
I do. In fact ‘you get nothing in this game for two in a bed’ became a rather risqué saying back in the day!
I can just imagine that, Hen gen. 😂
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Meanwhile....
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Not sure if this is cheery but here's our polycrub. The building in the background is our neighbours' lambing shed. The raised beds at the front are still lacking soil because of lockdown.

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The polycrub looks cosy with the extra insulation on top.
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Marigold wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 8:23 pm
The polycrub looks cosy with the extra insulation on top.
:D I expect that will be gone soon. This is lots of snow for us. Here are a couple more snow shots:

Loch Erisort to our north (front).

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Harris Hills looking south (back).

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The light was fantastic today.
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dianefairhall wrote:
Sat Jan 23, 2021 5:20 pm
Not sure if this is cheery but here's our polycrub. The building in the background is our neighbours' lambing shed. The raised beds at the front are still lacking soil because of lockdown.

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I moved to using raised beds in the veg garden last Summer. I've now got eleven, with weed matting underneath, and gravel paths between. Best decision I ever made! It was so much easier to keep on top of things. The only thing is, they can be a bit deceptive when growing some things. I'm now clearing the remaining carrots out and freezing them. It didn't look like so many when they were growing, but it seemed when I was pulling them to use, it was like what they say about grey hairs (every time you pull one, two grow back in its place!). There are also still a good number of leeks out there, which need using.
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The polycrub looks great, even better when it will be full of produce.
Very wintry sunrise this morning, snow looks as though it isn't far away from us
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