I’ve been gradually turning over the soil in one of our allotments (plots of land owned by the parish council and rented out for gardening). It was a lot of work and there was still a lot to do, but we spied a neighbour who’d brought his small tractor and rotary cultivator attachment to prepare a nearby plot. Much as I would’ve liked to do it all by hand, it was tempting to ask for help, and our neighbour was happy to lend a hand. He did in half an hour what would’ve taken me a long time.

Pics below and more. I hope you enjoy them.

In a local cafe this scythe has hung on the wall for a long time, but it looks like it could be a great clue for a mystery.

The library in Newton Abbot looks fine today.

A nice evening in the Teign Valley.

One reader asked for sheep, so I tried to zoom into these, but it came out a bit fuzzy (like the sheep).

The Teign Valley.

Another ale brewed here in Devon from Red Rock Brewery in Bishopsteignton.

A neighbour with a tractor kindly tilling our allotment.

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