There would never be a work done in the garden............
Haahaa...where's the Bar??
Very cost effective and eco friendly.
tis all well and good Martin but what happens when we get a summer like last year? Is that when the mud wrestling starts?????????
Dick Dick Dick dont you know the dangers of Pool? Smokey rooms, skipped school, shady habits!----no I do take your point though. And i bet the game is as intense as in the crucible. Thank you Martin for that lesson on intercultural awareness!
Where is it, Martin? Somewhere in the Sahel?
In towns in north Mali the buildings are made from this kind of dried mud so need to be redone each year. They don't get much rainfall though (which explains how it can be done at all). This also applies to the famous mosque in Timbucktu. Can you imagine having a mud building in Ireland???
Remember Martin you will need to wear your togs if you decide to go mud wrestling in it.................lucky you got them back!
No mud slinging:)
Thanks. I love people that make the most of what they have, which is very little in this case. I would love to have a mud wrestle with all of you but the togs that were returned seem to have shrunk or have some of the material stolen and what is left sewn cunningly back together. I will try to pose in it as soon as my camera arrives :-))
Wise words, Dick. As Deborah would say, you are wise beyond your years.
Martin. I am on completely and utterly on tenterhooks. When does this camera arrive?
If Steve looks at that, he'll probably suggest building pool number 5 (oops, sorry, I meant pond)
:))So,when you going to start???:))
Love that one Mart
Hi all. My camera should have arrived weeks ago. One thinks that one is dealing with an Irish company but is probably some bed sit in Timbucktoo who order it from another place in Budapest.
Hi martin ,i bought rosa moyesii geranium last week,i googled it and your journal came up,does it need any special requirements?is it similar in growth habit to rosa glauca which i have and love
Hi Tina. It does not need any special requirements, it just seems to get on with it, and never needs spraying :-)
Love it Martin! Where there's a will there's a way.
Martin, this story of the camera, is beginning to sound like your fairytale about you togs............. just goes on and on and on and...........................
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