|wood store is holding out well|
(mainly because I'm still staying with my neighbours)
|can't find my hammer anywhere, sure I left it somewhere out here|
|the car won't start. I think it's the cold.|
follow me as I travel the globe
|in need of attention|
|beardy man clearing brambles in french farmers uniform|
|my first treasure|
|concrete. a bit of a rarety here|
|all clean and tidy|
|find a cardboard box that fits inside the bag whilst in the shape of a box|
|pop out the bottom of the box, flatten and fold the box to get it inside the bag, then reform the box|
fold the top of the bag over to keep the box open and in shape
|fill the bag with the help of 'big hands' pieces of scrap wood that are used as large tongs to lift |
large quantities of leaves at a time.
Fill the bag, allowing enough spare to tie off, remove cardboard box and start
all over again
|one tidy village. Thanks for the leafmould Vieuzos|
|mounded topsoil for new raised bed|
|the piles of earth are getting smaller|
|clearing the ruin. This is where my new house is going to be|
|raised bed complete with salvaged wood sides and leafmould mulch|
|Annoyingly, most of the video footage we took is too long (large) to upload onto blogger and I don't have the software to edit it down. So here are a selection of arial photos that show most of what we saw.|
|from the west, the dots are fruit trees that I planted in November, including some within the huge bramble|
patch, the paths really stand out. Over the road, the new drive, veggie plot with raised beds to the right of the drive.
Huge oak tree still with bronze leaf cover and the village of Vieuzos off to the left in the distance.
|from the east|
|from the south east|
|right overhead, that's Me and Tom on the left by the chalet, my new wooden panel pathway and a |
big store of lovely clay under the tarp.
|there you/we are|