2 February 2012

Stoodley Pike.

MY PICTURE OF THE DAY
Stoodley Pike on the Pennine Way.
For more info on Stoodley Pike click on the title of this post.
WATER, HOT & COLD
There has been 0mm of rain 
in the past 24 hours,
4.9C is the max
&
-0.7C was the coldest point.

Max for Feb is 4.9C
&
the min is -1.5C,
there has been 0mm of rain so far.


MY WORK BOOK
08:30 - 08:45   
Heater 
Location: ( Office ) 
Category ( Misc ) 
Note: I had to pick up an electic heater at the dowager house and take it to the office.

08:45 - 09:05  
See to the sheep 
Location: ( Field ) 
Category ( Misc ) 
Note: Took across some hay.
Checked and counted the sheep.

09:05 - 09:30  
See to the greenhouses 
Category ( Greenhouses ) 
Note: Checked and watered round.

09:30 - 10:30  
Pruning 
Location: ( Rock Garden ) 
Category ( Front Garden ) 
Note: Pruned the Euonymous and Escalonia.


10:30 - 10:50  
Break for coffee 
Location: ( Home ) 
Category ( Misc ) 
Note: Had a mug of coffee.

10:50 - 12:45  
Pruning 
Location: ( Office Steps ) 
Category ( Front Garden ) 
Note: Pruned back the branches of a tree growing by the office steps at the same time cutting down some old roses that were growing up through the branches of the tree.

12:45 - 13:30   
Break for lunch 
Location: ( Home ) 
Category ( Misc ) 
Note: Had a mug of tea and four cheese and HP Sauce sandwiches.

13:30 - 13:40  
See to the bins 
Location: ( Hall ) 
Category ( Misc ) 
Note: Put out the black bins and took away some cardboard boxes.

13:40 - 15:50  
Tidying up 
Location: ( Office steps ) 
Category ( Front Garden ) 
Note: Cleared away all the prunings from this mornings work.

16:00 - 16:15  
Clean and put away the tools 
Location: ( Potting Shed ) 
Category ( Indoor Work ) 

4 comments:

Beth said...

Awesome picture of the day Rob.

Theanne said...

once again I learn something new about England...interesting! Still cleaning the premises for the spring I see...I spent about 2 hours on my patio the other day...repotting, potting, pulling weeds, watering, rearranging...looks so much better now! Can't wait for the onions to start growing so I can eat them!

nerima roberts said...

Um, isn't it supposed to be winter over there? We're having a very mild winter here in NYC.

Arlene said...

As the winter has got a sting in here, I'm dreading what damage may have been don to any of my shrubs, last winter I had quite a bit of frost damage on a maple and about a third of a Vibirnum had to be cut well back, though it's recovering, I wonder if it will get blasted again. Thanks for dropping by.