A south-facing plot on a sloping site in south-west Sheffield, with aspirations to become a vineyard.
Nice, fancy popping round to torch the top of my plot? Take it you're feeling better then now, was it the bonfire that did it? ;>)
Yes, much better now Rob, thanks. A good bonfire always helps.As it happens my neighbour Ivan was also having a [much bigger] MOAB on his plot. Ivan has previous form on this; a gigantic super-MOAB about 3 years ago was so big it attracted the attention of the police helicopter and trapped Ivan at the bottom of his plot until it burnt down a bit. Thankfully none of that today but we did both work up a sweat!
This is something we need to do too.
Alan set up a bonfire once, much to the joy of the grandchildren and then we went indoors to have a spot to eat and watched the fire brigade pull up outside the house. Again much to the joy and excitement of the kids and then we realised it was for us!!He loves his MOABs very much...would light one every week if I let him!
Impressive! We're not allowed fires. :-(
I've got a MOAB of blackcurrant bushes all ready to go...fancy popping over to share the fun?!
Are they dry? Is the sap rising? (In the bushes!!!) Will they burn, I'm wondering?But always happy to share the fun of a MOAB.
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