Monthly Archives: June 2017

Almost Solstice Working Bee – 25 June

‘Twas a small group that made it to the last working bee of our garden year. Our number may have been small but our hearts were big.

We planted, pruned, paid attention to the rampant mint and over morning tea we pontificated. In fact we pontificated for a very long time – thanks to the sterling effort of Karen who arranged our firewood which came all the way from Dookie.

We had warm toes, full bellies and smoke in our eyes. We enjoyed the chat around the fire so much that a decision was made to have it as a regular feature of our winter working bees (June, July and August) – so keep an eye out for some wood for our July working bee.

Julia has a chilli plant that she would like to get rid of. If anyone would like it please help yourself. Her plot is right in front of the green shed.

Stay warm and see you at the July working bee (Sunday 30th July)