I visited a garden the other day. My task was to rescue a veg plot and get it ready for this years vegetable production. This is how it looked:
Friday, 26 March 2021
Restoration Of An Overgrown Veg Plot.
This is how it looked after Dave the soil slave spent four hours toiling and forking over the veg plot:
Here I am with my new yellow wellybobs. I am using my four prong pike. My Azada hoe is lay down having a rest. It said: "I'm knackered". You can also see my two weeding buckets, the fork from the top photo, my stainless steel handled shovel that came from Blighty and the white plastic carrier bag contained my work gloves, two bottles of water and a can of coca cola. The wife took the photo.
Not a bad job. If I say so myself. A Robin perched on my shovel and said:
"Tiz a grand job boy. "
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