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March 16, 2009



how exciting! that is a fine looking patch. what will be going in the ground first. may i suggest some jerusalem artichokes, broad beans and chard. all grow well in any soil, produce plenty and are hardy.
great job nick! hope your writing everything down


Looks like you're making some good progress. ou'll be moving in before you know it!


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hi nick its me the little boy from ardingly who found the dear and showed u on tuesday i was just wondering with ur bird trap what are the sticks at the back used for and please can u send me some pictures at [email protected] cheers nick and what woods are u in

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