It's been a very Spring-like day today, so it was a pleasure to be at the Hill this afternoon.
I did quite a bit of 'housekeeping' - I gathered lots of stray bits of 'I'm sure this will come in useful' wood which have now gone rotten and put them in the car ready for the tip.
Then I had a bout of sumo with one of the dalek composters. I wrestled it to the ground and emptied it, and re-sited it. I forked quite a bit of uncomposted stuff back in, then recommenced battle with the bramble intent on World Domination.
I spent half an hour or so adding pulled up dead grass, over-zealous comfrey and snipped up bits of bramble into the dalek, and added a couple of bags of horse muck too. This 'wildlife area' probably need another session of clearing before I can tackle it with a fork - and I need to decide what to do with this area.
Chris from down the bottom came by - I haven't seen her for ages, so we sat on the new bench and chatted for a while. I note that the view is spoiled somewhat by the pallet (left over from forming a pallet compost bin) - it'll have to go.
She went off to her plot, and I dug the last of the Carolus potatoes. It was time to go home - though still plenty light enough at 5.45pm - so I lifted about half of the leeks too (freeing the end of the bed ready for the next dalek re-location) and headed off