A fairly quiet day, no particular highlights other than visiting Richard at Country Fresh at about midday, and picking up a load of stuff from him, and then going on to Alligator, as Gill had asked me to get some jelly, and they do a good vegetarian jelly. I had space for 3 bags of their biodegradable resources, and will collect more on Monday I expect.
I enjoyed some sorting out down the garden... there's still a bit of a backlog, so today's stuff stayed in the wheelbarrow but I loaded up more into the Compostumbler, and filled a couple of sacks of mature compost which a rodent had excavated from the base of one of the last heaps to be sitting on the ground. Most are now up on top of pallets, to reduce the ability of rodents to nest in the heap. They can still get in from the top, but a quick poke with the CompostMate means any tunnels collapse and they seek refuge elsewhere. So this heap will be bagged up and then the pallets raised up off the ground so it's slightly less rodent-friendly.
I had an early tea, at about 6pm, just a bowl of soup plus an avocado sandwich, and at 6.30 walked down to Heslington with our eldest, so he could have his computer graphics lesson with Simon. I chatted with Melody and shelled pumpkin seeds and read Resource Magazine. Melody told me she too had heard of a horror story about Andy S. taking advantage of a kind and generous person, and I asked her to pass on the message to this (so far) anonymous person that if she wanted to contact me, I was putting together a dossier to try to get him stopped. If any of the readers of this blog recognise the character I refer to, and has a story of him borrowing money and not paying it back, or using someone's credit card without permission, please do contact me.
On the way back home I learned about my son's adventures on Blender, and we talked about animations and some of the things we've enjoyed.
A quiet evening... blanched a load of grapes and put them to dry, watched a nice programme about Tom Petty, a musician I don't know a lot about. Liked his music though...