Wednesday, 21 January 2009

Racing The Storm Clouds.

MY PENNINE WAY PICTURE FOR TODAY
Racing the storm clouds to Lothersdale

Looking down on Lothersdale, almost the end of another days walking.


TODAYS WEATHER READINGS
Temp Low: 2C
Temp High: 3C
Feels Like: -6 to 3C
Percipitation: 0 mm
Wind Speed: 25 mph
Wind Direction: S
UV Index: Low
Weather: Sun at first cloudy later.

MY WORK BOOK
See to the sheep
Field
Misc
Wed 21/01/2009 08:30
Wed 21/01/2009 08:50
20 minutes
Job No.286
1) Took across some hay.
2) Checked and counted the sheep.
3) Put out some minerals.

See to the greenhouses
Greenhouses
Wed 21/01/2009 08:50
Wed 21/01/2009 10:15
85 minutes
Job No.287
Did some watering and removed some dead leaves and flowers.

Break for tea
Home
Misc
Wed 21/01/2009 10:15
Wed 21/01/2009 10:30
15 minutes
Job No.288
1 mug of tea.

Finished digging shrub border
Conifer Hedge Border
Walled Garden
Wed 21/01/2009 10:30
Wed 21/01/2009 12:45
2.25 hours
Job No.289

Break for lunch
Home
Misc
Wed 21/01/2009 12:45
Wed 21/01/2009 13:45
1 hour
Job No.290
1 Mug of tea, 4 cheese sandwiches, 3 homemade jam tarts and a mince pie.

Prune the fruit trees
Various Places
Walled Garden
Wed 21/01/2009 13:45
Wed 21/01/2009 16:30
2.75 hours
Job No.291
Pruned the three apple trees in the veg garden and part of the one near to the memorial gardens.

Clean and put away the tools
Potting Shed
Wed 21/01/2009 16:30
Wed 21/01/2009 16:45
15 minutes
Job No.292

Seeing to the sheep.
Field
Misc
Wed 21/01/2009 16:45
Wed 21/01/2009 17:00
15 minutes
Job No.293
Took across a bit more hay as I think they need a bit more than I’m able to carry across in one journey.

See to the bins
Hall
Wed 21/01/2009 17:00
Wed 21/01/2009 17:15
15 minutes
Job No.294
Put out 2 green bins from the hall.

NOTES
COMMENTS FROM THE POTTING SHED
Sara You're welcome to the pictures, I was originally going to put them on my other blog but because I don't write to that one anymore they never got posted until now. No the ground isn't frozen at all. Sometimes the ground gets hard but it only lasts a few days at most.

4 comments:

Jeanette said...

Gday Bob, I never tire of your beautiful photo's off your country side.. I hope you have plenty more to show us...The sky looks very bright in your pics but iknow it rained a few days on your walk..
I wont offer to share your lunch today cheese sandwiches not my favorite, but the homemade tarts Yummy..
Well I posted some pics today of trying to get home before the dust storm hit... take care bob stay warm... Jen

The Weaver of Grass said...

Lovely Pennine Way pictures Bob. We have several friends who have walked it and had a wonderful time. They usually stop one or two nights with us when they are around the Hawes, Keld, Tan Hill area.
Your garden diary reads to me as though you are now almost marking time until the Spring pops up. Our first snowdrop is out today, so won't be long now.

Red Clover said...

Great Pics! Thanks for the comments on Dahlias! my Dahlia was my favorite flower last year, and I had already decided to invest in more of them this coming spring...so I am glad to have learned more of their virtues.

Dreadnought said...

Jeanette Yes I do have plenty more, I'm not even half way to Scotland yet! When the pics were taken that I put on the last post it was thundering and lightening all around so I had to put a spurt on to try and get to Lothersdale before I got another soaking, thankfully I was lucky and just managed to get my tent up in time.

The Weaver of Grass This is the time of year to get all these kind of jobs done because the last thing I want to be doing is playing catch up in Spring. Yes the Pennine Way is a great walk even though it was very wet when I did it last July.

Red Clover I'm glad what I said about the Dahlia's was a help to you. Now I've said all that they will probably turn out rubbish this year LOL!