Ewok. Relaxing. Demonstrating how to invest time in the garden.
Introducing The Hedge Desk™.
"Work in tune with nature"
Height adjustable, but slowly. Clip the hedge to lower. Wait for the box to grow to raise. On size fits all. Eventually.
Available now in kit form. Send SAE for details.
Judging the "my mum's better than your's" competition.
It was a draw.
Peas. Lots of peas.
With Lovely Fay at Old Sarum.
Continuing to be a lert on a catch-up afternoon stroll around Lower Woodford and the Avon valley. Beautiful.
Are you laughing at me or my haircut?
He's better at this relaxing thing than me.
I could get used to this.
(I'm working on the hair.)
Tuesday evening, returning test & dev devices during my last working week. Bye bye to a locked down LHR16.
And yes, there's a story behind the book.
Finn's second lockdown hair cut. Hair by dad with background beats from a Faroese-Icelandic minimal, experimental techno duo.
That's damage caused by the rabbits. Not damage to rabbits. That would be a very different thing.
It's all at the edges.
Steps down the garden, not finished, but getting there.
A bonus from learning to run (couch to 5k, slowly) is the sunsets.
A lesson from iPhone-in-your-pocket photography, low light things look good, initially, but quickly get over-processed when you view on a big screen.
Yogi has a nose for a good burger. Chef H's special.
Mum went plant shopping. A barrow of stuff for the garden. Ewok wasn't too impressed.
Walking through (or maybe along) wheat fields to (one of) the lonely trees. It's about as far as we get these days.
The garden. Looking more like a field.
H interviewing Ewok for his lockdown experiences. Or, getting some attention with an ice lolly bribe.
After fixing the roof, the shed had a spring clean. Lighting added thanks to a solar panel on the (new!) roof and an old car battery. The panel also covered a hole where I'd missed the beam with a roofing nail!
Reading Alex Garland. Dreaming of the beach.
Coffee by post. First delivery from Horsebox. Quiet lovely, but I need to tweak the grinder and shot weight I think.
Tracks across the field.