and the greenhouse came off worst:
Oh well, it pales beside the Queensland devastation…
Oh dear…….. that doesn’t look too good…..
Oh no……And the inside looks so tidy too…. ..
It is amazing that the watering cans are still there. I’d have expected them somewhere along the railway line.
How are the chucks?
I hadn’t noticed the watering cans – I was too busy collecting buckets, compost bin lids, etc.!
Chooks are fine, totally unfazed, although their run is a sea of mud. My egg consumption can’t keep up with the egg production though.
I’d blame whoever put it up!
As Colin would say, “I’ll get my coat.”
Actually I was thinking that whoever put it up did a good job. With that much wind pressure it is not uncommon for a greenhouse to take to the skies
Looking forward to seeing the hanging basket when you plant it up.
Pete, can I have my coat back now please
I like the new design. I think you should consider keeping it!
You can probably claim for a new one on your household insurance. Just think – all those new born courgettes nipped in the bud…
saw something like that down the Tate Modern: bet they paid a fortune for it…
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