Monday, March 15, 2010

If you can't find me - find the chickens. 2010 Eggs Total:56

I am still on a 'high' after spending all day yesterday with my sons, daughter-in-law, and grandson. 

For the first time ever we all went out for a meal to celebrate Mothering Sunday, and it was just perfect - absolutely wonderful.  A memory that will stay with me forever.

Today was the perfect spring day, the sun shone, the wind blew, just right for a bit of gardening. 
Firstly I let the bantams out

Whilst they were happily scratching about, I decided to do a bit of gardening.
When I came home yesterday, a friend had delivered some bags of well rotted manure.

So I dug over my raised beds, got my wheelbarrow out, and trundled the seven bags, and emptied them and dug them in.  My little shadow Gozzie, who follows me around like a faithful puppy, decided to help me dig over the beds too.   So if you can't find me in the garden - look for the bantams and you'll find me.

Then the others came too.

If you want to see them in a video the link is HERE




And at my side is the lovely Gozzie, so we left the others, and did a bit more weeding

We dug over the bed alongside the new vegetable patch
We didn't do a bad job did we - manure is next, but I have to get some more first

Then we tackled this one - again it needs the manure


Next came 'Maxine's' bed

Then a bit more of the gravel bed.  We are going to renew the gravel this year

Then me and Gozzie weeded all along the side of the bungalow

We did a good job didn't we Gozzie

If the weather is dry - me and Gozzie still have more to do!

4 comments:

  1. Sound like you had the perfect Mothers Day!Lovely to see pics of the chicks.

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  2. Lovely! It's nice to have a helping'Hand/beak'LOL!

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  3. I spent Mothers Day with my mum, the first for a long time, it was sooooooo lovely!!!
    I must get hold of some well rotted manure!!

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  4. Very interesting site.I have an allotment plot but we are not allowed to keep chickens but would love to,only for there eggs and to keep as pets.I live in the city but would love to live in the country so I could have my chickens and rabbits,fruit trees and veggie and herb plot in my own garden,that would be a dream come true.

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