Cutting and chopping and slicing

It has been a couple of sharp days. In a dark corner of the woodshed a pile of timber has lurked for a couple of years – product of some work to hold back the conifers that shelter us from the prevailing gusts. At last this has been converted to fire ready logs
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but the chopping block has been left in need of redesign
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When Doris blustered through a Eucalyptus was left prone. Today we started extricating it from the Laurel and Hazel on which it rested
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winching out the branches
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giving us a close up view of berries normally kept at a height
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It’s neighbour was keeping an eye on us
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We also get well peened
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Scything the two-year meadow growth last Autumn (and Winter) is resulting in different growths this Spring
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Now we experiment with scything patches for sowing seed to increase the diversity
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Seeds are being planted every day
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The lambs next door are up to number 200
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Pethan eraill yn y tyddyn heddiw:

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