Leaving no stone unturned

Today I shifted close on two tonnes of gravel. I cleared into bags the majority of the now green Cotswold Buff that adorns our back garden. And I shifted this morning’s one tonne delivery of loose Cotswold Buff (all beige, bright and lovely) down the half a dozen stairs at the front of our house, and through the house to the back garden. Rewarding, but hugely tiring.

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  1. Steve on April 14th, 2008 22:29

    Has such an undertaking turned you into a beefcake? are you now one of those irritating individuals who sit on crowded Tubes with their legs splayed at 180 degress, intruding into their adjacent passengers’ leg space with meaty be-jeaned thighs?
    I now have a vision of you looking like Schwarzenegger in his prime, whom Clive James once eloquently described as looking like “a condom filled with walnuts”.

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