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pskipper
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Hoeing

Meredith
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Location: Sheffield

Post: # 64784Post Meredith »

Improvising
Magick happens

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Helsbells
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Jam making

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the.fee.fairy
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Knitting

theabsinthefairy
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Logging ... lambing ... (lamenting the lack of sun) :wink:

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Annpan
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Making stuff
Milking
Mulching

Oh this topic is good :mrgreen:
Ann Pan

"Some days you're the dog,
some days you're the lamp-post"

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cir3ngirl
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Post: # 64801Post cir3ngirl »

nurturing plant, children and animals

SueSteve
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Post: # 64807Post SueSteve »

Organising your time!!
A big one, as you need to have so many things going on - everything mentioned so far! But I find the hardest thing is finding the time to do everything, while still making it enjoyable!

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Annpan
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Peeing - in a bucket for compost feeder
Produce - not done much of this yet
Pick - bramble season here I come
Pickle
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"Some days you're the dog,
some days you're the lamp-post"

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My Tea Cosy Shop
Some photos
My eBay

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Milims
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Post: # 64820Post Milims »

Quite a lot of other stuff!!
Quince jelly making
Quilting
Quickly dashing out of the car to pick up horse poo!! :mrgreen:
Let us be lovely
And let us be kind
Let us be silly and free
It won't make us famous
It won't make us rich
But damn it how happy we'll be!
Edward Monkton


Member of the Ish Weight Loss Club since 10/1/11 Started at 12st 8 and have lost 8lb so far!

cir3ngirl
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reducing
re-using
recycling :cheers:

SueSteve
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Sewing
Sowing

farmerdrea
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Post: # 64829Post farmerdrea »

Tilth.
I think we got the finest ever in the raised bed I made for our garlic this winter, from the oldest compost pile (3 years) on the place. Gorgeous black rich stuff!

Andrea
NZ

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Thomzo
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Using and reusing.
Think globally, shop locally
Check out my blog at http://designedbyzoe.blogspot.com/
http://www.thomzo.co.uk

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Millymollymandy
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Vegetable growing!

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