Worth a little back ache

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  1. Fangman

    Fangman No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    It is worth a little back ache keeping the garden tidy when it is the frame setting off this view.

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    Autumn colours across the valley to Ely Cathedral from my patio.
     
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    Mainiac TPF Noob!

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    Well worth it in my opinion! You have a beautiful garden, it's so neat and tidy :thumbup: and the view is amazing!
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    And do you still have free capacities? My garden (unfortunately) is FAR from looking this neat, despite my attempts to fight the falling leaves. For the time being, though, I am the loser and the three tall oaks in the neighbour's garden are the winner, but wait until the end of November, oh year :)greenpbl: ) ... but until then I could really need someone who (obviously!) knows how to keep his garden tidy! But then the view we get (in whichever direction we look) is far from interesting, and farthest from THIS interesting!
     
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    Fangman, what a beautiful garden!!! I'm sure it gives you great pleasure to look out from your deck and see all those flowerbeds, and that view framed by the tall trees. (And the places where the birds come to feed, so you can snap their pics). But as you hinted, it's a ton of work to have a garden that lovely. "Good on ya".
     

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