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Category: Barn Conversion Journal March 25th, 2007 by mbc

With a big shed to convert into habitable accommodation, you’d think we’d have plenty to do without gardening. Regardless, we’ve spent the last few weekends clearing brambles and establishing footpaths through the piece of scrub woodland that we bought along with the barn.

Very satisfying when liberating trees from the brambles that have engulfed them – although I think we’re just establishing a breeding ground for stinging nettles.

Perhaps just a gentle start to our developments … ?

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  1. eat and drink ~ mwnch » nettle soup Says:

    […] recently been spending much of our time chopping down brambles and occupied in other such rural pursuits. The stinging nettles that we’ve encouraged to grow in abundance due to the assault we’ve made […]

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