I went to the plot a couple of times last week but needless to say it was far too cold and the ground still much too soggy to do more than just look at it and shake my head in resignation. The weekend has been so miserably cold and wet that I don’t think that I’ll even bother to do that next week.
Why it’s worth collecting gardening literature in the Daily Telegraph last week was interesting. I don’t think that any of my books are worth much but I’m sure that someone may have one or two that perhaps are.
My highlight of the week was getting a close look at two mistle thrushes perching on the branch of a nearby tree I was walking past. It was particularly pleasing to see them in view of this recent report. At home it’s been good to see the pair of great tits a few times as these are the least common of all the birds that I see regularly.
Have a good week!