My Poor Garden

by Wil
(Anglesey Hidden Gem)

Dear Friends


I know you all care. You do don't you?

As you receive from one hand, the other (in the form of rabbits) taketh away, ynde.

The little bleeders have eaten almost half my onions. All the other plants are on the wall and on my own and next door's coal bunkers.

So Saturday I had to go and buy 10m of fencing to put around those precious plants.

Every morning I inspect my babies and discover a minor stampede of footprints at the edge of that onion enclave defence line.

They are cute bunny rabbits - apparently - but to me they are voracious monsters.

What's a girl to do, aye?

Wil

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