Another year has come and nearly gone and I find myself contemplating a more or less satisfying year. 2017 has been the year I succumbed to the gardening bug and seemed to be buy plants regularly and brightening up our garden. Unfortunately naturism took a back seat but hopefully this will return in 2018.
February was fairly mild and on some days it was even warm enough to venture out into the garden to fill up the bird feeders clothes free.
March saw renovations in the garden and removal of all the chicken wire keeping all the wildlife out of the garden installed by the previous tenants who had dogs.
April saw more planting and buying once more from the value for money supermarkets such as Morrisons and Aldi’s rather than the more expensive garden centres.
During May I added portable greenhouse and new water Butt which help greatly with the water bill. Thankfully the whole kit was just £19.99 and it has the option to hook up several alongside.
June saw all my bulbs growing and coming into bloom. Lilies and the hanging basket being the pick. The weather was also getting hotter to so it was good to get more time to get naked in the garden and get all those difficult jobs done without getting to hot and without having the restriction of clothing.
July we finally managed to visit the club again after months of having to work. I’d been over in April to fix the back box roof but this was the first time we could relax and de stress.
August we went to Cornwall and we had a great time at Carbeil Naturist campsite. It was great camping naked under the stars and also visiting the local Naturist beach. Donning clothes we ventured out to visit Tintagel,the lost gardens of Heligon as well as Looe,Polperro and xxxxxxx
September proved to be eventful with a visit to the Pink Floyd exhibition at the Victoria & Albert museum in London taking place as well as many naked gardening days during the “Autumn slumber “ where I had around 10 days off. It helped to get the garden looking its best and I managed to tidy up the lawn edges and generally spruce things up. The Black Magic sunflowers I planted turned out to be the highlight this year and needless to say I’ll be growing some more next year.
In October I had some more days off where I managed to treat the lawn with evergreen 4in 1 scarifying it afterwards and once I’d finished the final cut and weed & feed it look near perfect. Then it was time to stop cutting the grass which is very hard for me to do. I was once a groundsman who likes neatly cut grass so leaving it unkempt isn’t easy. Maybe I’ll give it just a tidy soon on the highest cut setting.
November meant more days off and Stratford which we visited in mid November.We had a good trip and visited all but one of Shakespheres connected landmarks,visited Charlecote Park as well as the Butterfly farm in Stratford Read More
So here we are in December and it’s been all work and little play so it’s time to wish everyone who is or isn’t reading a very Merry Christmas 🎄