. . . and it's raining! Also, someone, somewhere, is -er - improving the soil on their fields and it's a bit pongy outside. My parents call it 'good, fresh country smell'! Hopefully the rural countryside of West Sussex will be rather less stinky.
Yesterday was a busy day but I'm all ready now apart from the actual getting stuff into bags bit. I have lists!
I have done instructions for Sonja. Once again - thank you for house sitting, Sonja, it is a huge weight off my mind.
I've gone over the route one more time, although by now I can see it all in my mind's eye.
Something else marks today as a great day. I have picked the first hundreds and thousands tomatoes to take to Streele farm (and eaten one - very sweet and juice). Yay! Last night I gave all the tomatoes another spray of Bordeau solution so it's now a case of fingers crossed and hope for the best. I can do no more. Here's hoping. Blight, blight, stay away!
Right, well I'd better start packing everything up and ticking things off my lists. I'm taking my laptop so I should still be blogging but if I don't it will be because the connection is dodgy, that's all.
Here's to a good day for us all