After a few days of back breaking work digging up & tilling the soil, this was the result of all that hardwork:
The little plants in the centre are little strawberry plants from last year.
Just a few short weeks later, after planting Broad Beans, Peas and King Edward Potatoes, this was the result just before I did a little bit of weeding:
I constructed these sticks for the peas to grow on, this took a while:
On the far left we have Beans, at the back we have Peas, the King Edwards Potatoes and the Onions are under the tunnel to stop the birds picking them.
The following pictures show what occurred in the weeks that followed.
Stay tuned for some more updates, soon. Including news on what I’ve been growing inside green house.
Right now, however. I’ve got too make like a tree and leave.
So, on April 14th I decided to go on an afternoon jaunt to The London Sealife Aquarium, and it went a little something like this…
You begun the journey walking directly over a tank full of sharks, there was two panes of reinforced perspex between so no chance of becoming lunch and you then venture through some boring little tanks until you finally get to the long tunnel.
I tell you what instead of talking you through it, I’ll show you exactly what it was like right here. Watch the video below for a little bit of first hand experience of DEEP SEA DIVING WITH SHARKS!!.
Be careful not to stay under too long, otherwise you no what happens
So, on April 8th I went to see Let The Right One In at The Apollo in London, yes…the theatre where the roof fell in. Was I frightened that it would fall down again? Nah, I’m invincible
I’m not used to going to the Theatre but a lot more effort had been put into the set, the lighting and performance than I expected, which was a pleasant surprise. When it was announced to me I was going to see Let The Right One In, i did try to read the book before seeing the production, but at my reading pace that was never going to happen.
The production was atmospheric and certainly succeeded in creating the atmosphere necessary for suspense and fear. If you’re into vampires then I’d recommend you go see this post haste and then follow up with the film of the same name, if you don’t like subtitles there is an American version of the film called “Let Me In” which I had seen but I don’t think I was paying attention.
WARNING: This production is not for the Twilight generation…
Right, well I will leave you to the trailer below while I go read the book.