Friday, 5 March 2010

Born To Be Wild!

GET YOUR MOTOR RUNNIN'
HEAD OUT ON THE HIGHWAY
LOOKIN' FOR ADVENTURE
AND WHATEVER COMES OUR WAY

Back to the real world for the time being. The day has been gloriously sunny, but getting in the van this morning and I was met with the usual frozen windscreen that needed heat and scraping.


First of the two gardens of the morning is a residential dementia care home. The staff here are incredibly devoted and have more patience than I ever could. The big conifer next to the building is due to come out and mixed shrubs put in it's place.


One of the three small rear gardens

The next garden is a private house in Canford Cliffs. I've been doing the garden here since Four Seasons first started 12 years ago. Absolutely lovely people who give complete freedom to me to do whatever is needed.

Part of the front garden that we re-landscaped some years ago

The back garden

This afternoon as you now know saw the blue machine going for it's MOT........Yeah, it passed!!
Now she's polished, taxed and ready to go for a spin tomorrow. I'm thinking of a way to attach a video camera to it so that I can take you all for a ride through the New Forest at some point.
Very tired now and so another take away I think!...............


4 comments:

  1. absolutly beautiful garden pics. I'm a brown thumb; everything I touch dies! Haha I love bikes. My dad had one whenI was little and he used to take me to martha's vineyard in the summer. Nice blog!

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  2. Hi Ella,
    Brown thumb eh?.....well it's never too late to start. Marths Vineyard is a good place to go on the bike, although I would love to tour the whole of the USA.

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  3. Dear Gary, It must be really nice to garden for someone where you are given more or less a free reign. All of your gardens look immaculately maintained. If I did not have J, then.....!

    I am so glad that your motorcycle passed its test. Do take care as it looks to me to be rather dangerous. It would definitely not be for me!

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  4. Hi Edith,
    Thank you for all of your kind comments, they are much appreciated. Who/what is J?

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