Has it really been a week already?
A return to Global Gardens, straight in with some watering in the polytunnel and the pumpkin patch.
It was a very hot evening and about to get even hotter as we got gloved up, and made our way to the hazel patch. Just before we went we spotted last week's patch that was sown and already the seeds had sprouted.
We were all too familiar with the patch, we had already cleared the brambles from around the hazel trees on our last visit. Today we were going to dig around the trees, turning the soil ready for more seeds to be sown. Hopefully the new lawn will stop the brambles and bind weed whilst the hazel trees mark the boundaries for the site.
There was also some ivy taking over a back wall in the site that needed removing so we took to that too.
So much chatting, what current training are people doing, the upcoming camping and race away this weekend in Dorset and where we grew up.
The work was sweltering with the sun directly in front of us, once the sweaty hour was up it was time for our photo, but not before noticing Nicholas with war paint all over his face from the dirt, his response was classic
I must have been the only one working…..