Updating the gallery with pictures from shows, events and regrowth, but just checked in here to The Blog to see last posting was back in March. where has the time gone ?. Overall dont think the summer has been to bad so far, and the current warm/hot spell were in is nice.
Show time rush will be upon us shortly with Melplash, Dorset County and the Oak fair , possibly Cattistock Country show as well. 29th September brings the 1st local competition Melplash Ploughing and Hedging, all info on there website along with my Facebook and Instagram pages. Please keep checking in
The end of the 2018/19 season is very nearly with us, and on a day like today we look back and think, considering its a seasonal job the winter hasn’t been to bad.
We had some snow late in the season but nothing that affected work really, and we have had that a lot worse. We did suffer the rains before Christmas which knocked us back a bit, along with the odd day here and there a little like today but also been worse. Then of course you get the nice days which make it a stunning job and office to be working in. Each job is different in poor weather conditions, road side parked on the tarmac and a nice hedge, compared with X amount of fields away from any tracks, by a ditch full of water, slippery ground with sharp tools & chainsaws its all common sense H & S
75m of South of England , this is just a small section of the total, during the nice weather of Feb 2019
At the top of Litton Cheney along the A35, looking down into the Valley 160m length and dropping away over a 47 degrees slope
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
A nice bit of advertising for both company’s I would say