The earth is certainly moving for us today. It’s taken years of planning and now at last we have a digging machine (a TLB for those who know the jargon) to shape a small dam for run-off rain water at the end of the garden. There are clouds of dust everywhere, but we know it’s going to be worthwhile – eventually. Once all the scraping and levelling is done this will be a season of planting and hope.
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