9c today, should have been sunny intervals but didn't see any, wind was only 9.
at last, when i looked out at 1pm the wind had dropped off so i shot out and got the sprayer, put 3L of water and the winter spray mixture, sprayed all the trees at last, except 1 plum tree that is basically in flower.
Had bacon black pud and eggs for brekkie, then later o/h rang me to say she was calling in KFC did i want anything, well, not like me to refuse food so got a corn on the cob, 3 pices of chicken and some chips.
Had another delivery today, forgot to tell you 2 days ago when i ordered it, it's a Trail camera for wildlife, rather yummy as well, this is it: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0...64861_302_E_DDE_dt_1
I will be able to find what is digging any holes in the raised beds, or roaming around in the dark, it has night vision etc of course, it's the one they use on the wildlife programs on TV.
Mollie, The theory of my onion saga is sorted, problem is i have spoken to my neighbour yet, trying to pick up courage or bump into him by accident so to speak.
Have just charged my camera, another job done, took a load of pictures off my phone so i can take more when i go.
Yes, i have firm dates, flying on 14th March with Emirates from Manchester Term 1 at 13.10 to Dubai, then change to Sydney arrive 22.50 15th March, return 15th April from Sydney 16.05 to Dubai then fly to Manchester 16th April 07.25 to Manchester arrive 12.05.
A good idea to make a load of sandwiches for a monday, as you say, saves him going for a meal in the evening.
That was nice meeting up with your lads.
Emptybox, Yes, with the oven door, you would think the glass would be replaceable if it is liable to break such as toughened is, thats what car windows and most safely glass is, 1 tap in a corner and it shatters into a million pieces.
Yes, DOI is like a lot of programs, they give the people tough things to do so most will fail which makes it easier to get rid of them, if they didn't then they would all get good at skating and they wouldn't be able to pull them to bits, it's all planned.