Well, it was beautiful yesterday morning. Cabbages can be pretty unimpressive but then Jack Frost calls and, well:
I also took a picture of all the plants we rescued from their tumble in the greenhouse and rehoused in the cold frame:
Roll on spring, I can't wait to plant them all out :-)
The other part for the new dustbath arrived and after a lot of bad language and misplaced screwdrivers, ta-dah!
I bought some play sand to put in the dastbath itself but it's sopping wet so I am drying it out at the moment. For anyone else in the same situation, don't cook it, it doesn't work but does create a lot of steam...
The ducks are still enjoying their compost-spiked mudbath:
Ah, I am very fond of my ducks.
A couple of years ago I collected some seeds from the Scots Pine trees in the copse and planted them. They are doing really well:
When they first germinate they are the tiniest little thread of a trunk with a fan of half a dozen needles on top, just adorable. I really recommend growing them for their miniture perfection! Growing tree seeds is so full of promise, I love them.
I have finished the mitts! But they are wrapped up and I forgot to take a photo so you'll have to take my word for it.
I'm now knitting a circular scarf for my friend but with lighter-weight yarn and smaller needles so I've added on another 30 stitches and am hoping for the best.
It's Jamie's Christmas on tv and I'm absolutely starving, it's not the best program to watch as I am drooling...