Monthly Archives: January 2014

Mighty Mole

There’s a lot of mole activity under our “lawn” areas. Over the last couple of days, this huge pile of soil has been growing up right outside the sun room and our bedroom. The moles are bringing up some good, more »

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Sheep Invasion

Since the storms earlier this month, the sheep have been able to get up from the beach into our garden. At first they were coming up by the damaged area of the wall so we added some extra wooden barrier more »

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Breaking Wind

We’ve been busy trying to establish a windbreak round the exposed upper area of the garden. We received our order from ScotPlantsDirect with around 240 plants of “Coastal Hedging Mix” and a pack of an additional 45 plants of “Edible more »

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Another Stormy Wedding Anniversary

Two years ago, on our wedding anniversary, the roof blew off our hotel in Dumfries. This year we had the Irish Sea trying to re-model our garden. The combination of a high tide, low pressure weather system and strong winds more »

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