Sunday, January 23, 2011

Slash and Hack; Slash and Hack.....

....and before long you'll have a pile like this. Just need some prolonged dry & windy weather to dry it out and I can have a MOAB (Mother of All Bonfires).

Elsewhere, rhubarb is back


But so are pigeons. This was once, last week, sprouting broccoli.

The one good thing in this is that it isn't mine! It's from the plot next to mine; close enough to share a loathing of pigeons.

5 comments:

RobD said...

It's amazing how it builds up isn't it. The whole top of my plot is one big bonfire waiting to happen. Still it's good to have a tidy up isn't it?

Woody Wilbury said...

Absolutely. The whole place just looks so much better. And a MOAB to follow; what's not to like?!

Green Lane Allotments said...

Something we really need to do too. I still have to tackle the blackberry and tayberry. OUCH!

Nutty Gnome said...

I'd love a good MOAB, but we're in a smokeless zone and a grotty neighbour kicks up a fuss if he even suspects we're thinking about burning anything!

Pigeons can have my brassicas - the snow ruined the whole crop :(

Woody Wilbury said...

Shame you can't have a MOAB. Technically, my allotment is in a smokeless zone too (like, the whole of Sheffield) but....!!

Does he object to barbies too?