Mr C and I don’t wholesale nba jerseys have our Road own garden at the moment, so we therefore make a large amount of use of our local nature reserve, the Watercress Wildlife Association. This morning was one of the monthly working party days down at the site so Mr is C and I put on our waterproofs and headed on down there.
One of our tasks for the day was to clear some of the things that have been shooting up over the last few weeks and encroaching on the wholesale nba jerseys paths. In particular Mr C and I were chopping back various nettles and brambles that were along the edge be of the newly created butterfly meadow and around one of our bird feeding stations.
Mr C hard at work!
Luckily the rain eased off not the long after we started work and along with the other volunteers Books on site we managed to chop quite a bit down. So What much in fact that our compost heap started to look cheap mlb jerseys more like a compost mountain!
With the heavy rain and all the human activity on site there wasn’t much animal or bird activity around. I did catch a quick sight of a small moorhen chick with his parents, but I think mum and dad were trying to keep him away from this fellow who seemed to be keeping an eye on what was going on!