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lottie lou
Yesterday at 09:30:37 by lottie lou
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Its niow mid October and my tomatoes are still green. What shall I do please. Thank you in advance.
ACE
Yesterday at 07:56:35 by ACE
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Not that I will be doing much on the Lottie today. There was an annual event going on this weekend when all the old buses from all over the country drive different routes around the island and passengers go for free. The only stops are outside of pubs, It is called Beer and Buses. All the pubs get in special real ales and I managed 6 stops some of them we had a long wait until the next one so you had to have another pint while you were waiting. It is on again today but I am providing some of the entertainment at one of the stops. If you are ever coming here for a break this is the weekend to do it.  https://iwbeerandbuses.co.uk/
October 10, 2019, 18:26:11 by Vetivert | Views: 192 | Comments: 7

Started making the move to a new plot today, across from my current plot. Larger, long abandoned, covered in tall grass and rotting pallets. The scythe was ready.
Two minutes into the action a frog plops out of the overgrowth - I shoo it away to safety and return to my trance-like state of reaping. Before long, another, and then another. Tiny, small, large - I'm sure I've stumbled upon the matriarch. Is this Frogland? I've been searching for this kingdom since my childhood. Every frog in the allotment must be living on this plot. I tread carefully and bundle all of the snailey pallets into a new palace for my countrymen, already daydreaming of a pond in spring.
A little while later I'm turning clumps of sod. Another frog takes me by surprise as it leaps across the brown earth. But its guts are hanging out. I was horrified; I still am. I should have put it out of its misery but let it hop away. I'm sure it met the end of my scythe; didn't hear it coming. Maybe strimmers are better for the tall wilderness.
plotstoeat
October 09, 2019, 10:22:09 by plotstoeat
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Has anyone grown these odd greens? Sound very nice.

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