I suppose behind my wall could just look like a pile of dirt but I can see the magic and enchantment that not only hides amongst the neglected wildness of it - I see the beauty and potential of the finished project.
I suppose that is what it means to have a vision.
Today was beautiful and I felt ready to get out and do some serious graft behind the wall. All the gorgeous colours and the crisp autumn light made working in the garden a delight.
The garden is giving a good show before she settles down for some winter quiet.
The recent rains have made the earth pretty boggy - making harvesting the organic matter to help lighten up that soggy clay all the more necessary!
|Section 2 now cleared!|
So today I worked on the next section of the wall and now the space is really starting to open up.
There's quite a bit of rubble to remove in this section as a great deal of the old wall has crumbled - so I'll have sweet talk some manpower to take it to the bottom of the garden where I am using it to build a base for my birthday present - a bothy!
Also known as a garden shed/summerhouse. But that is a subject for another day!