The new wild gardens down the back are about to burst out in full bloom
The most dramatic being the sunflowers. I have the list of seeds somewhere I must find it for you. I will leave it in the comments later this morning.
Wai the Armadillo is quite sprightly now though I am concerned that we are going to run into infection time – the skin is not coming up as well and I have a feeling that the lower levels are infecting under its coverings. As he is better in his self now I am thinking that Alissa and I will take him for a car ride to the Vet for a check up as i need to get ahead of the game with this little pig.
He will actually fit quite nicely on a blanket in the back of the cooking oil car, it is a hatchback so the Vet can come out and see him in the car park. No need to even get him out until we are home again. If he will not walk up Tima’s ramp (which I am sure he won’t) I will fashion some kind of sling so we can lift him in and out.
We had a wonderful lunch yesterday with friends from the city and friends from Canada. Featuring food from the farm. It was a delightful day. Lovely to catch up. One of the the new dishes on the table was nasturtium pesto. I made it using my normal pesto recipe. (I use roasted walnuts instead of pine nuts). It is Divine. If you have nasturtiums in the garden give it a try – I love it and will be eating it daily for a while I bet.
At breakfast I will write the recipe in the comments. For now I have run out of time and must get moving!
Have a lovely day.
Weather. Hot and humid with lots to do.
Wednesday 07/05 20% / 0 in
A mix of clouds and sun during the morning will give way to cloudy skies this afternoon. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 87F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph.
Wednesday Night 07/05 20% / 0 in
Considerable clouds this evening. Some decrease in clouds late. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 68F. Winds light and variable.