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Aloe update

I think that Tigger is to blame, I am going to blame him anyways. The big Aloe Vera plant got broken off at grade (Structural definition:  The level at which the ground surface meets the foundation of a building.). It doesn’t have any root at all, I have pushed it deeper into the soil to compensate for the lack of root, I think that it has been like this for a number of weeks, I am watering it regularly and it appears to be fine. Which is funny, as I didn’t think that plants live without at least one root..

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I took some more pictures of Sudbury:

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And one of Hannah and Tigger:

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I have been flying lots still, in the bedroom and also now in and out of the living room, between the rooms. I think I only crash/uncontrolled landing maybe once a flight on average, unless I try new stuff. I am now able to fly the helicopter towards myself with a little confidence. The new chassis that I fitted is still in one piece, though the body is split already… I am not going to replace it again.

One reply on “Aloe update”

Nice to hear some news of the Aloe Vera as it has been a bit quiet on that front for awhile.
Easy to blame Tigger – he cannot answer back
Diane/Mum just loves the photos of balmy Sudbury
Lovely photo of Tigger………..and Hannah as well!
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