Col came too and before he ran out of steam and went back to the car he found a hand-fork and trowel for youngest daughter, who now has a small garden since they moved from their flat last year, they were 50p each and a water butt for a £1.That's for catching water off the back of the workshop which will be nearer if we need to water the new trees this summer.
I walked up and down about half the rows and all I could see was tat, junk and rubbish! Then I found a man selling some quite large shrubs including a few Camellias. I'd thought about one for the patio near the new table and chairs but they were £29.99 at the garden centre, his were bigger than the ones I'd seen and were selling for £15........... *brainwave* ...........my birthday is coming up fast and this could be my present. I then had a struggle to get it all the way to the car which was about as far away as was possible by which time I'd decided not to bother with the other half of the boot sale field.
Instead we just went home via the garden centre for a bag of ericaceous compost.
|Awaiting planting into the big tub|
If the Saturday sales are going to be as big as this all year, I shall have to go on my own, take breakfast and have a break half way round!
No local Sunday morning car-boot it was raining and anyway I was trying out some Gluten Free cooking as we had friends coming for the day.............. GF pizza base turned out well.
Thank you for comments yesterday.The bus stops at the hospital are clearly marked but I'm not techy enough for the phone ideas however I can read a map, so I'll print one out and go on an adventure.....once we know how long the treatment will last each time.