I didn’t get around to my second coat of paint. It wasn’t due to an attack of the sloths but I’d run out of turps. Instead, I shovelled one tonne of freshly bought soil into the neglected compost heap vege patch.
I bought a couple of new lavenders and coreopsis which I planted down the middle where I can’t easily reach into the garden bed, and then added some broccoli, red onion, and spring onion seedlings. Fraser’s little greenhouse is germinating silverbeet, brussel sprouts, and strawberries. We’ll transplant those once they’re bigger.
Matt resurrected the trampoline. It blew over in strong wind several months ago and we only just got the replacement part to fix it.
He also got his hands on twenty-five, or so, old railway sleepers that we’ve stockpiled for use as a retaining wall for some turf.
We did good.