Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Cabbage Patch Central

Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Cabbage Patch Central sorta came out of left field really, as you’ll most likely know by now the Salford weather collapsed the Make Do and Mend shelves last month! So it was time to make a paradigm shift and move forward with a new thought process as Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Bedding Boxes was born!

Now with three new addictions to the Home Grown project, courtesy of several evening wonderings out and about with Lou.

What’s new for Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown?

The three new additions to Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown, found by Lou whilst out and about include: Bark, a bath and an old black bin.  It sounded like a plan to use the bark to make a path in the front garden, the bath got cleaned up a little and will eventually be used in the front garden to grow whatever?  Whilst the black bin just may come in handy to force rhubarb?

Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Cabbage Patch Central

As you probably can tell from the photographs.  Lou is ever present as Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown project develops and expands over time.

She plays a massively  important key  role in ensuring the long term success for Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown?

Providing that most vital of all tasks that needs to be done in any project.

Quality Inspection!

A major key to ensuring the long term success of any new project and as you can see, Lou is always at hand to check out the quality of craftsmanship at any given time for Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown.

Most importantly it’s Lou’s home and if anything gets in the way of our chillin’ in the evening?  Then we’ll have a rethink and most likely change things accordingly.

As Lou found the bark recently, it seemed like a plan to use it to create a path in the front garden.

The weather in Salford has been cracking the flags in the last week or so, unlike last month when it did now’t but rain!

So instead of walking mud into the house, now we can have a look see at what’s happening in the front and hopefully reduce the amount of bloke tidying in the future?

Not so sure if that’ll happen as yet, but there’s no harm in having a go!

Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Hi-Tek Monitoring Equipment.

In an attempt to look forward to next year and beyond and just possibly improve on one or two things we’ve done to date, a few new hi-tek gadgets have been acquired for Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown.

A top of the range thermometer and a soil monitor to gauge the soil ph levels, moisture content and lightness?

Well that’s the plan anyways, as i try and get my head round using the gauge and figuring out what’s what with the soil levels over time.  For the now there’s no worries, though i will do a little more research in the next few weeks and the most important thing is that Lou & I can continue to do what we do?

Chill in the Salford Sun for the now!

“Vital Quality Inspection @ Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown”

Lou Inspects the new path

Guerrilla Podcasts Backyard Potatoes

Guerrilla Podcasts Bedding Box 3 Purple Sprouting BroccoliFor the now we’ll continue to go with the flow as the potatoes in the backyard and front garden continue to grow alongside the purple sprouting broccoli and Guerrilla Podcasts Cabbage Patch Central blossoms.

In the near future, i’ll let you know about the question / exclamation mark photo’s on Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Journal.

Nice One for thy Time

~ Inabit ~