Friends, this is my add hoc record of how we are developing the garden @ Trostrie Cottage. With the sunshine of the last few days the grass has just taken off, and needs cutting at regular intervals to keep it under control.Cutting the grass
Those that know me know that I like to try and make straight lines in the lawn, though as can be seen here the camera has picked up a positive waggle. Of course my excuse is there are too many bumps, holes and stones that need to be avoided. I try and remove a few each time I cut the grass.
Lines in the grass
Whilst I was cutting I noticed that my neighbour was cutting his grass. Though in the case it is a slightly larger affair than mine
Tractors in the distance
The tractors lined up in a row, and then whizzed across the field. Once full of grass the next one took over,
Picking up the cut grass
without stopping the process.
The whole field was cleared in less time than it took me to cut my lawn. A very impressive enterprise. Made me think about maybe I should get a slightly larger mower, but that will have to just be a dream for the time being.
You can see the garden for yourself if you book a self catering dog friendly holiday @The Shieling which is attached to Trostrie Cottage http://www.trostriecottage.co.uk
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