But the day started with a telly morning... Country Tracks, which I enjoyed, interspersed with washing up, which I am bored of.
But a good lunch... Gill had bought some tasty tomato bread and I had some with hommous in, really good.
In the afternoon, I did some moving stuff around in the garden.... half emptied the Compostumbler which has only half composted the last batch, but I need the space so I transferred the material to a half-full dalek which is now completely full. I put about 10 bucket loads of gunk into the Compostumbler, including a load of compost worms which will find conditions in there very favourable, I'm sure.
Toward the end of the day I visited Richard at Country Fresh to do his resource recycling for him, and got a bag of reduced price veggies in return. I picked up a large sack from Freshways too. All this went down the garden and went either in one of 3 tumblers or a static pile, depending on the materials. Anything that rats really like eating (for instance, potatoes and avocados) go in tumblers where rats can't get at them. Things like cauliflower stalks and mooli are not so tasty to rats and go in an ordinary 'open' heap, one of the New Zealand bins raised up off the ground to reduce rat ingress.
I got a text from Debbie but by the time I responded, she'd gone out but I had some conversations with the feral children who live near her, and they enthusiastically got some aluminium cans for me, and stamped them flat too.
Lots of Scrabble in the evening, and assorted conversations about the Census, and a zero-growth economy, and the fact I look a bit like Jack Nicholson in The Shining, apparently.....