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November Green Log

28/11/09:  The November entries are going to be  rather slim…

Meanwhile, the pile of waste food in the cone is growing rapidly, but still sweet smelling. We have resisted the temptation to explore underneath the surface. I do hope something is actually happening, though.

Meanwhile, with all this rain – nothing like the dreadful floods in Cumbria, but wet enough for all that – we could have filled the water a hundred times over; all our stone troughs are full to the brim and of course there is no call for any extra water at all at the moment.

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