Sunday, 28 May 2017

The Ducal Weekend...

Yesterday was Anna's degree show in Gala. We travelled by train to go to it and spend time with her. Here is the proud ( and rightly so ) Textile Design student with her  final work-
Today I have been enjoying the garden-
and the pea or bean structures built today add height-



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  1. Alan
    Aka code name: very proud dad.
    Are you sure these really are pea and bean structures? They look like secret radar CHAIN HOME Stations, ready to be attacked or defended in a garden game. Mark, Man of TIN blog

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    1. A cunning plan if ever I heard one!

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    2. BTW she has had her results and got a First! :):)

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    3. Alan and Anna
      A time for Congratulations and great pride, richly deserved. Many best wishes,
      Mark, Man of TIN blog

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  2. Well done to Anna. The garden looks very nice.
    Cheers,
    Peter

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    1. It is wilder than in Jan's day but pleases me greatly.

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  3. Congrats to your daughter!
    Nice garden indeed.
    What have you got going on the gaming front? More Middle Earth stuff?

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    1. Perhaps some space figures for skirmishing plus a bigger project to fight my regular opponent's Poles.

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    2. Oh forgot to mention a Mythical Earth spider and dragon !

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  4. Congratulations to Anna! The garden looks good.

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  5. Three cheers for Anna. Well done! A lowering sky.... presumably you have had plenty of rain as we have down here?

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    1. Rain and Sun again and again but we can't complain.

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  6. Congratulations to Anna and to her proud father. Lovely to see your garden, which already looks very lush. I expect those beans will be racing upwards daily. Sadly no veggies for us, our lot is heavily treed out back and not enough sun for vegetables, though we have some shade plants for décor. Madame's heart is more for perennials.
    Cheers, M

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    1. I would love to see some pics of Madame's garden on your blog.

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  7. Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah!

    Sing the Te Deum! Fire the twenty one gun salute!

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    1. Indeed and take care you and yours...

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  8. Well done there Anna and good luck for the future from a holder of Fashion and Textile design degree too.

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    1. So we can look forward to a VBCW fashion range from you soon Panzer Kaput I hope!I'd buy it!

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  9. Congrats to you and Anna, Alan! And I love those pea-structures!

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