297m of South of England Style

220m Dorset Style just outside Swyre

Maybe a little early

For the last 3 months having had a 3/4 hr drive to get to the job, I was on auto pilot this morning .Left same time but to go just 2 mile, still it was quiet out 

Just little bits from current job

Well what a month so far on this job, pouring with rain brilliant  sunshine, signs of others past work, bit of walling right down in the ditch. Looking down the field left hand side done, with about 50m on the right and should finish. The bottom will have to wait its to wet to get to 

A very nice little bit on the Echo Tools UK page

A nice bit of advertising for both company’s I would say

www.echo-tools.co.uk/a-chainsaw-for-all-seasons-why-i-use-the-cs-390esx/

 

Well a bit damp

Ok we all know were coming into winter and its going to be wet.

But what about the temperature were into Dec and even on the over cast days its still so warm.

Could do with some proper winter temperatures harden the ground up, its going to be difficult to access some place if its going to be wet again 

Brilliant day for The Dorset Hedgelayer

Very pleased to be invited to The Patrons hedgelaying event held at 

Highgrove.   Nice to talk to HRH again and him remembering we did Dorset last year and the differences between the styles. A very good day and a 3rd place in the contest as well. 

Just a little different

IMG_1785 A little different to the Stake & Bound style jumps I have installed in the past. This one has a but of a mixed style to it. Bit of a Dorset, Lanc’s & Somerset mix.

Will thicken up nicely 

What a way to start the season

Just had a great day at the Melplash Hedging competition 2018.

Managed a 1st in Local class, 1st in Open class and then Overall winner brilliant start just hope it can last. It was great to see new faces and hope they will return  to other contests over the coming season.

Well done to all taking part

End of season to end of summer

Well Im sorry, Ive just come on here to say that’s the end of the summer show season for this year, only to see my last post was stating the end of the hedging season for 17/18.

I just dont know where the time has gone.  Four shows done, bookings have been taken and still are. Now its down to the weather, what will mother nature bring us after such a warm/hot summer. We can only wait and see. I would like to thank those that popped by for a chat either at Sherborne, Melplash, the Oak Fair or this weekends Dorset County Show. We have been invited to attended Cattistock County Fair next year, so a new one to look out for.

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