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    Just done my weekly ten minutes hoeing the flower beds. Keeps all the weeds down.
    "when common sense, logic and plausibility are excluded. All that remain are foolishness and lies"

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    Peppers and chilies doing well.
    Made the mistake of biting into one of the chilies last night, and had to have 6 pints of ale before the burning went away.
    Well, that was my excuse anyway
    God knows what i'm going to do with them all?

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    Well it's taken a couple of days, but I've now treated all the outside wooden fences and shed and garage doors to protect them through the winter. I do this every couple of years.
    "when common sense, logic and plausibility are excluded. All that remain are foolishness and lies"

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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post
    God knows what i'm going to do with them all?
    Freeze 'em whole. I've still got a big bag of Orange Habanjero's from 2 years ago that I'm slowly working my way through.

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    I will, thanks for the tip.

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    Meanwhile in my greenhouse..

    Spider - 0
    Audrey II - 1


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    Been busy stripping and repainting the porch and front door, and am fairly pleased with the results:





    Bit of a dismal day, weather-wise. Would've looked nicer in yesterday's glorious sunshine!

    Marco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Been busy stripping and repainting the porch and front door, and am fairly pleased with the results.
    Looks a nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Been busy stripping and repainting the porch and front door, and am fairly pleased with the results:





    Bit of a dismal day, weather-wise. Would've looked nicer in yesterday's glorious sunshine!

    Marco.
    . Like that door, looks strong enough to keep the unwanted hordes out as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapid View Post
    . Like that door, looks strong enough to keep the unwanted hordes out as well
    Lol - it's fairly 'bailiff proof'

    Seriously though, the door is 3-inch thick solid oak. with massive cast-iron bolt-locks, fitted when the house was built in 1887 (and dead bolts top and bottom), plus an ERA 'Invincible' door lock, which we fitted ourselves: https://www.erahomesecurity.com/mech...door-cylinder/

    I honestly think one of those 'battering rams' that the Police use would just bounce off of it!!

    Marco.

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