Week 34

29th September -5th October 2008

Fantastic to use this new computing system, mind you it is all learning and improving at the same time, it requires mostly is patience and at the end is patience win it all.

The allotment becomes my relaxing field, pop in and out most of the days in this week, dug up the second half compost trench, picking what is available and such as carrots, parsnips, chinese cabbages, beetroot and thanks for the other plotter for the butternut squash and cheery tomatoes, the cooking of Chinese cabbages  really satisfactory….boil, fry and chop them small mix in the wontons …..yum yum, a must for next year.

Pauline’s pumpkins really growing attactive big and have different variety too, I think I shall try it next year, and join in the pumpkin growing group…..

Highlights of this week

The weather forecast for next week is brilliant fine, so I shall looking forward spend some time at the allotment to catch some sunshine vitamin….

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Week 28

18 Aug -24 Aug 2008

I thought I would be too busy to visit my favourite place – my allotment – this week  as there are many visitors come from faraway land but they all love to visit this down to earth ground, especially my Mum.  Mum said that the allotment is  the jewel of this visit… Mum I love you, really love you very very much, you are the true beauty of my heart….

Highlights of this week

Visitors from HK

My mum the chief judge, is really happy to see all plants growing big and small, on the plates or in the vase, she has given all merits on all my projects…..the rest of the visitors seems enjoy the visit too…..

Produce of this week

Turnip

Dug up the giant turnip to make the beef stew and while I was at the plot, I was given some young turnips from Melvin at plot 6…. well the stew was delicious with all these turnips ……