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    Default Who says tidying up is dull.

    Oh my. My heart is pounding. I am gasping for breath.

    I was tidying up my daughters school work, (which she kindly left all over the dining table before going away for the weekend,) and found an entire pad full of squared paper, A4 sized.

    Just what I need for doing a plan for next seasons planting, Yabberdabberdooooo.

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    zazen999 is offline Funky Cold Ribena
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    Excellent. A4 Squared paper is my personal fave.


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    The best thing about the winter is dreaming up ideas for spring and summer !
    The link to my old website with vegetable garden and poultry photographs


    http://www.m6jdb.co.uk

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    I just love paper! Sometimes too much to start making marks - but a few lines help me to start! Are you going to be able to post your drawings, WW - to get all of us inspired a bit more! At the moment my plans are wafting around my brain so nowhere near ready for drawing out!
    Whooops - now what are the dogs getting up to?

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    I'm organised as far as my seeds are concerned ..but to where I'm going to plant them is anybody's guess .

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    I love squared paper too - weird innit.

    Have to say, nowadays I'm too addicted to the Poota, so I do all my planning on there On a wet/windy day if my customers don't want/need me, I can waste hours doodling...
    All the best - Glutton 4 Punishment
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    I have tried doing in spreadsheet, which is good for chopping and changing things around.
    But I dont have a working printer and it is useful to have something that you can actually take to the plot with you.

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    My Majesty made for him a garden anew in order
    to present to him vegetables and all beautiful flowers.- Offerings of Thutmose III to Amon-Ra (1500 BCE)

    Diversify & prosper



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