Never mind what time you think it is, it is too late...or too early...for Cat Time!!
The day started with baking the sourdough bread I started yesterday evening. I think the ferment is happier with the warmer weather we have been getting as the bread was quicker than I expected.
It has been a beautiful day today, so I've caught up on the washing (four loads!!!) and dried most of it on the line outside.
I've had a visit from another potter, always something to look forward to, swapping notes and having another pair of eyes that sees the work from a potter's view.
Lunch with Mountain Man, a nice surprise, as I thought he'd be too busy getting ready for lambing.
Then the first proper digging and sorting of the year, moving the last two year's fruit cuttings and taking a few more at the last minute!
We have to remove all the tin sheeting from the Allotment Gardens by April. Up to now it has been too wet, or frozen solid! I need to find more wood to build a retaining wall in its place, this bed has a three inch edge on the right hand side and needs nearly a foot on the left!
The dreaded Cattail (Equisetum) growing strongly whatever the weather
Home to find that the people clearing land behind the garages over the back lane are burning rubbish...again. Mad dash to get the clothes off the line!!
Rain is forecast for tomorrow, I'll be back in the workshop!