Tuesday, December 13, 2005


Things are looking rather barren now. Posted by Picasa

8 Comments:

Anonymous Mildew said...

Everywhere's barren these days, it's rather depressing really. Beautiful photos by the way, I've just stumbled accross your blog and I shall now be keeping an eye on it. It makes me wish someone gets me a digital camera for Christmas...

Tuesday, 13 December, 2005  
Blogger Mike said...

Thanks for your comment. Now is the time to start planning for next year! Do you grow veg? I will be posting some allotment New Year's resolutions to try and make sure I get round to at least some of them.

Tuesday, 13 December, 2005  
Anonymous Mildew said...

I'm attempting to grow veg, I've just got an allotment and it's all rather exciting really. I've started a blog myself (it's not as good as yours) if you fancy a butchers I'm at www.20six.co.uk/mildew

Wednesday, 14 December, 2005  
Anonymous Heyモー said...

The U.K. seems to be cold. Cold is terrible in Japan too. It is difficult that they go to a field, Vegetables do not grow up for cold.I want to come good season for the vegetables soon.

Friday, 23 December, 2005  
Blogger Allotment Lady said...

Just popping up to wish you and your family and very Happy New Year, and I am really looking forward to seeing more photos over next year of your wonderful allotment plot.

The bread recipe you posted has now ousted my 'favourite' recipe, and I use nothing else. I do mix and match the grains and flours I use as I have always done, but adding treacle and roasted oil makes it all so easy peasy.

My very best wishes to you all

Saturday, 31 December, 2005  
Anonymous Head Burro said...

Hi Mike - Happy New Year and all the best for 2006. I'm going to have to try this bread recipe, you know :-)

Sunday, 01 January, 2006  
Blogger KT121 said...

Just dropped by to wish you and your family A Happy New Year.Hope you have another productive year!

Looking forward to seeing more of your great photos.

Sunday, 01 January, 2006  
Anonymous Big Mama said...

Happy New Year, dear! It might look barren but the artichokes are still there. We need some more - please get down there and bring some back with you!

Wednesday, 04 January, 2006  

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