Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Ha Bill Lijkt me reuze fijn, goede vrije tijds besteding. En niet ver van huis.Groet kees
São muito importantes estas hortas comunitárias.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
That is nice to have it on a walking distance, but it is still lot of work to maintain the garden. We gave up long ago...
How wonderful, Bill. It is very rewarding to eat food from your own garden.
I am looking forward to more garden photos as the season moves on.
...it's getting to be that time!
Community gardens are wonderful things and do more than just provide food; they also allow for personal interaction and for relationships to be built.
I'll be looking forward to seeing photos of what you grow!
My goodness, either by grow vegetables there.And here we have only just gone out of the snow.
You see this here as well, though at present they're all still under snow.
You heard from Bieb in the end not to do to lay 3 hours on your knees for a portion spinach with sand while the same portion frozen without sand was 50 cents. But okay you try.
What a great spot for the gardens! You'll undoubtedly enjoy many hours up there with a view like that too!
Brilliant idea! So you have a bit of a green thumb do you Bill ☺
Tasty food in the months ahead!
I like how well laid out and maintained it is.
It's not too early to start thinking about the growing season. I hope you'll share your triumphs (and failures) with us.
Oh I do wish I had the talent to participate in something like this.
You have become Irish when you start using the word wee.
You will be busy in your garden plots in such a pleasant way. . . and so productive, too!