Yesterday was the day the donkeys have been waiting for since I first fenced off the my kitchen garden in the middle of their field six years ago! They have always benefited from my weeding sessions, as I just threw weeds over the fence as I went along and they ate them instantly. But the big feast was yesterday. I have transplanted all the tomatoes, the courgettes, peppers, aubergines etc to the new garden. It has been a very long job. But the mange tout beans are so far off producing anything edible for humans, I decided they’d make a novel supper for the donkeys. It is nearly time to start taking up the fence posts, so down came the chain-link fence and in went the donkeys. Mange tout, they certainly did!
Before and after…
The blog has been a bit slow coming, and will be for a few more weeks yet. It is a very busy time, also exam season and report writing time in school for a very busy Geography teacher trying to move a house and a field with four donkeys gradually to a place… oh but wait!
We don’t want that here for the nosey neighbours to see: There’s a password protected page for you regulars, with all the news and photos!
UPDATE: Regular readers please use you usual password. Thanks Ann & Alys for alerting me to the problem. I mistakedly putted the falso passwordo becuse I used to teaching Spanglish on a class rome. Have now did it correcto.