Month: September 2014

At It Again …

I have a problem … I admit it …

A Wiltshire Garden

Today, seeing as how I had yet another day off work (the nerve!), the hubbie and I decided to take a trip to the nearby town of Tetbury in Gloucestershire. Its exactly as chocolate-box and middle-England as you’re imagining.

This cobbled lane with its old weaver's cottages is a medieval relic that abuts the old 'Chipping' or market place. This cobbled lane with its old weaver’s cottages is a medieval relic that abuts the old ‘Chipping’ or market place.

Cotswold stone, olde-worlde shoppes (even if every other two are antique/’design’ shops and every other three are tea shops of some description), awful parking options – that kind of thing. But we lunched and drank (mojito at lunchtime – don’t mind if I do!) – and then made out way home.

Tetbury

The point? That on the way home we did our weekly grocery shopping (very exciting – stay with me) and then popped in to a garden centre to buy some compost (one of horse manure, one of multi-purpose peat-free). And…

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