Thanks go to Phil (Plot 57) for making the photo available – and congratulations too for his quick reactions!
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We got a wee reminder this week of just how splendid the South Bank looks at its best whatever the season.
From its early beginnings remembering especially the work put in by Michael (Plot 88) to get it established, it was super to see our current Volunteers working so hard to get it into shape for the summer ahead.
Apologies to all those who helped and who’s photos I missed.
We are going to need a bigger bucket.
Thanks go to Ruth (Plot 22) and Graeme (Plot 48) for providing these charming photos.
If you have any other wildlife photos to share I’d love to have them for the site, or you could post them to the Garthdee Allotment’s FaceBook page. The more the merrier.
Irene’s persistent insubordination caused a wee bit of a fracas amongst the volunteers this week, but all was resolved by a traditional duel in the rain.
In the end nobody got shot, not even a deer (yet).
In between we even managed to get some work done.
The new bin will be used for grass cuttings in the coming season. Plotters are welcome to take them at add to their plot compost bins. They are great for generating heat in a new pile – when used sparingly.
All in all it has been a great week and our volunteers have again excelled themselves in their efforts on our behalf. Thanks go to all involved.
… are some of GFAA’s most colourful plots.