Single In Single in July (SiJy) 2020 - day 13

MoonMind

Hall of Famer
Dec 29, 2013
Switzerland
Matt
Start Date
Jul 13, 2020
End Date
Jul 13, 2020


It's not a Friday, so even the supersticious can relax a bit ...

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NoSeconds

All-Pro
Jan 1, 2017
Troy
Playing catch up tonight, I’ve been on the road moving the family down south to our new home, battling a head cold from hell and dealing with WA’s spotty and infrequent 4G coverage...

Despite all that, some things never change... (I had to include the reference pic from my Instagram feed from several years ago) :biggrin:


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theoldsmithy

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Jan 7, 2013
Cheshire, England
Martin Connolly
The latest garden project...turning the front lawn (actually an area of clover and other weeds with intermittent grass) into a veg garden, using the "no-dig" technique.
The four beds so far consist of a thick layer of cardboard, with topsoil and compost on top. The timber for the raised beds arrives on Thursday.
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drd1135

Zen Snapshooter
Jul 13, 2011
Lexington, VA
Steve
The latest garden project...turning the front lawn (actually an area of clover and other weeds with intermittent grass) into a veg garden, using the "no-dig" technique.
The four beds so far consist of a thick layer of cardboard, with topsoil and compost on top. The timber for the raised beds arrives on Thursday.
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OK, am I the only one who saw this image and thought "burying the bodies"?
 
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Robot

Regular
Jul 1, 2020
Netherlands
Rob Otto
A bit sad statue. A sad story: you can find this seated bear on a bench in a public parc in my hometown. In my early youth I used to go there to see two bears in a rather small cage. Years later public opinion changed and the keeping of bears this way was thought to be inhuman. The bears left (the empty cage is still there), but I think this statue reminds us of that sad period.

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kyteflyer

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Jan 31, 2011
Newcastle, Australia
Sue
The latest garden project...turning the front lawn (actually an area of clover and other weeds with intermittent grass) into a veg garden, using the "no-dig" technique.
The four beds so far consist of a thick layer of cardboard, with topsoil and compost on top. The timber for the raised beds arrives on Thursday.
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Wow, I am impressed, Martin! What will you be growing?
 

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