|Dave and Philip enjoying the winter sun.|
Saturday, 30 November 2013
Posted by Simon Lyes at 06:07
|Parents, children, CVTS types and local MP, and Harvey the dog.|
To paraphrase John Milton, those who also served, myself and Steve counted out the necessary 200 canes and spirals at the Nursery at 9.00am.
Posted by Simon Lyes at 05:20
Thursday, 28 November 2013
Guy and I went on a site visit to Wholestone Moor, to develop a planting plan for the 1000 trees that are to be put there. While on site we saw a hare (lovely) and a deer (not so lovely, as there was plenty of evidence of it having been eating trees). Guy hopes to reconcile his Buddhist beliefs, vegetarianism, and squeamishness, with his desire to cull these tree-eating cervine scum.
Posted by Simon Lyes at 09:29
Saturday, 23 November 2013
|The new tubes standing out against the old. Photo by Duncan|
Posted by Simon Lyes at 11:19
Sunday, 17 November 2013
Saturday, 16 November 2013
|From the left: Geoff, Vashti, Philip, Jess, Ben, Dianne, Remy.|
Posted by Simon Lyes at 07:04
Sunday, 10 November 2013
Posted by Simon Lyes at 02:30
Saturday, 9 November 2013
|Beginning planting, old Tree Society planting of Hemplow Wood in distance, looking nice and Autumnal.|
While we were doing all this, Philip Guy were at the Nursery selling our logs. And Dianne, Peter, Trevor and Brian were at Meltham Cop removing old guards.
Photos by Geoff, as I spent all the sunny hour dragging stakes and guards up the hill.
Dave went back a couple of days later and planted the 20 remaining trees, and counted 91 deer stakes and guards still on site.
|Assembled throng break for chocolate cake.|
Posted by Simon Lyes at 07:18