Saturday, 2 February 2008

First Contact With Malta.

The picture below was taken one morning from the cottage we rented. The mountain is called ‘The Cobbler’ and stands at around 2,900 feet high.

All readings are taken from a sheltered location in our garden and cover a 24 hour period starting at 6pm.
Low Temp: -0.5C
High Temp: 6.3C
Rainfall: 0.0mm
Strongest Gust of wind: 3.7 MPH
Weather Today: Dry and bright with a very cold wind.
As from tomorrow I will have a new blog called ‘The Hiking Gardeners Secret Garden' it will however only be available to those who request to view it so for that reason I am going to post any none work related things here as usual. Because most links lead here and always being mindful of the people who like to read what I write and also the ones yet to discover my journals I will as I say continue to post none work related things here, also it will give those who don’t yet have a key to the door of ‘The Hiking Gardeners Secret Garden’ chance to apply for one and you can do this either by going to my profile page and clicking on the word ‘email’ or just leave your email address as a comment and I will get to you that way.

Today I went over to see my mate Jo for a few hours, I haven’t been in ages due to me having either the flu or a cold. Jo and David live with David’s parents and his dad suffers very badly with his breathing so I didn’t think it wise to risk causing him more problems by passing on my germs so I’ve been keeping away. When the better weather comes I hope to go over and help Jo with her garden so maybe she will let me show you all what we get up to there.

We had a bit of good news about our trip to Malta last night. I don’t know if I ever told you but Vicki has friends there who we semi lost contact with. Well to cut a long story short they sent a Christmas card to where we used to live and yesterday we managed to retrieve the card and in it there was a telephone number plus address so Vicki phoned and mailed them and it seems they maybe able to help us find some accommodation which would be great. Anyway way I will let you know how that works out, they are supposed to be phoning us back tomorrow.
Well I think that will do for now, I’m feeling quite tired after watching Jo do all that cleaning earlier.

Bob.

2 comments:

Dame Judi said...

I should very much like to apply for entry into your secret garden. I've only left a comment once before yet enjoy all that you write, your garden [very helpful]tips and fabulous photos.

Whether permission is granted or not, I wish you all the best in your efforts, your life.

PG said...

Dear Bob - thank you for visiting me, I hope that now I've found your blog you will be kind enough to let me be a visitor to it again if you restrict it, and I too would very much like to access the Secret Garden please...surely a mutual dislike of gamekeepers is enough? :)