I had wanted to allow this marrow the opportunity to grow even more but sadly I found that an insect had bored a small hole through to the flesh and didn’t want to run the risk of the marrow rotting.
Still … 3.06 kgs – Not bad!
Small River Frog discovered when I lifted the cover on the pond weir. I managed a quick shot with my phone then … plop! He was gone.
Number 7 chilling among the chillies.
Agapanthus among the Lavender
The ‘Clean-Up’ on Steyn Street continues. New plants have been planted alongside the school field on the left. Cindy was keen to investigate.
Our own ‘clean up’ continues as we clear the front of the property before raising the front wall. Once finished it will free up around 300m2 of land. At times, it’s a bit like an archaeological dig.
Walking the dog …
St. Luke’s Lane. (Cul-de-Sac off Young Avenue.)