Saturday, 15 December 2007
Back to Butterley!
Ah, that's better! A fine morning of frost, sunshine and 150 trees planted.
We went back to the far side of Butterley Reservoir again, for the last time this season, to finish planting. It wasn't raining, the wind wasn't blowing, and the sun was shining at least part of the time. We got plenty done and felt pretty satisfied. The trees planted were a mixture of oak and alder, with some Hawthorn which were planted in two groups.
This weeks cake was seasonal, home made Mince Pies, and they were lovely. Dave was particularly struck by the pastry. But Dave won't be getting cakes in future, if he insists on playing music through his tinny mobile phone while working!!!
A good morning Where you Cath and Heidi? We missed you!
Posted by The Colne Valley Tree Society at 07:17