SARAH THE GARDENER

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This is not what I was expecting

Coming back to the garden after such a long time out of it feels weird.   It isn’t helped by the weather.  We are just three days away from the start of the meteorological summer and to be honest it feels…

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I didn’t intend to leave you so long

There has been a lot going on since I last chatted with you.   Just re-reading my last post, brought back all the feels – the nerves, the determination, the long, long list of things to do, and the excitement.  There…

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Safe travels over the rainbow bridge

It is a bit of a sad day for us here.  Our magnificent Snowy the Goat peacefully passed away while receiving her last cuddle. She has been a constant in our lives for the last eleven years.  When we got…

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Bring on Spring

Spring has sprung and I think this time I’m ready for it.  This is largely due to the amazing weather we had as winter drew to a close.  I feel like it was a bit of an apology for being…

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The last day of winter

It has been all head down and bum up getting ready for this new season.  I have been working so hard across all areas of responsibility that I have taken to ending my days completely exhausted in our comfy ‘grandfather’…

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I made something berry cool

I’m not all that technically minded, but that never stops me from trying to turn the perfect solution to a garden problem from the vision in my head into a reality.  Sometimes it works out wonderfully and I am amazed…

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20 days until spring

Not counting today and not that I’m counting…  actually, that is a lie.  Of course I’m counting.    It is all a bit hectic here as I race to get the garden ‘spring ready’ for this self-imposed deadline.  If I’m honest…

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I think I’m going to like this August

After a turbulent July, August so far has been lovely.  It makes it really feel like spring is so close you could touch it.  The first half is looking to be mostly sunny with a smattering of rain, but it…

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Just an Ordinary Day

These days I have been working my way though all the winter projects on my to do list at a great rate of knots.  With only 34 days until the start of spring – not counting today, I feel like…

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The broken break

When you live somewhere as extreme as we do, here on the wild west coast, there is nothing like experience to teach you what you need to know.  More often than not, it comes after you complete a project with…

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