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Snow and agriculture

I re-potted the four Aloe Vera plants that we’re occupying my old plant pot. The big one now resides in it’s own pot and the three smalluns are going to battle between them selves for the right to a pot their own! I hope they grow well, I have high hopes for the largest of the small ones. Also we got Tigger some more grass, it has grow a lot in only 5 or 6 days.

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I revived a snow blower from a great friend (anyone that gives me a snow blower must be the best friend one can have?) I tested it out this morning on the small amount of snow that we got last night. See the video.

Also, I have been playing with Tigger a lot, he reasonably rough, i.e. he uses claws and teeth, but is gentle in terms of how much damage he might be able to inflict if he tried. He also took a shine  the wrapping paper as Hannah was trying to wrap presents, he has also adopted a “nice” bag as somewhere to nap and play.

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I noticed the helicopter had a slight vibration at low rpm’s, so some further inspection was required, I noticed this:

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Yes you’re right! A bent fly bar is to blame. It is only made from plastic, and of cause plastic being plastic, I was able to bend it back, good to go again!

Hannah made some mince pies, which we ate with ice cream. Also a hot chocolate in one of our new mugs with her snowman marshmallow and candy cane.

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2 replies on “Snow and agriculture”

Very amusing title to the blog, and laughed at what occupied your christmas eve. We liked that you amused yourself with the snow blower and you were chuckling away….who videoed it? The snowman looks like it is drowning in the hot chocolate. We are waiting for you both to wake up and come on skype! Happy Christmas xxxxxx

Good to see you making use of the snow blower. It must be saving you a lot of time clearing the car in the mornings.

Merry Christmas!

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