The workshop garden has been rather neglected this year but my blousey gladioli are giving me a bit of late summer colour. I seem to have been so busy this year, that I just haven't had the time to keep on top of it.
The apples in the orchard appear to be plentiful again this summer, they've certainly had a good drop of rain to drink in recent weeks. These will be used for making 'Irish' cider
A few more weeks and we'll be in to blackberry season.
'Lords and Ladies'I'll not bore you all with my holiday snaps, but if you're interested in seeing where we went to, here's a little film of our adventures in the Lakes. Luke has a job at the moment, so he opted not to come with us on holiday for the first time this year so we took Joe's buddy Albert along, to keep Joe company. It's less than a month now before Luke goes off to Bath and to art college - it seems like a blink of the eye since he was a baby.
This is a badly chopped together film I made yesterday of the day's making. I should have been at work today really, but I gained another year today, so had a day off with Hil and the boys instead. We're off to the pub tonight for my birthday celebrations, so I'll be handling pots tomorrow with a cider head no doubt!
Bye for now
Have a cider on me and throw that ball at the skittles too!! Happy Birthday my friend.
Happy Birthday! May it be a great celebration!
Happy birthday, Doug. Kim Medeiros reminded me today that it's your birthday. And can you arrange to send a barrel of that cider this way????
Thanks folks - oh I feel rough tonight, cider hangovers are the worst!
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