After a month and more without access to my blog, have managed to get it fixed. And am just getting back into the swing of things with a blog about developments in the garden. New additions this year are a horse made from African oil drums, bought at Hampton Court Flower Show, and a few teak balls bought from Charlies at Coed-y-dinas. As is my practice I leave my spade in the photographs to give perspective.
Here's a close-up. And another glitch appears. How did I manage to introduce underlining. I had to recruit my Parliamentary support to switch to Firefox (I think that's what he said). Had no idea what he was on about. I suppose I know a bit about gardening, and others know about computers. On Monday I'll ask Huw or James in the office to fix that for me. Jeez - now I've lost that closae-up photograph altogether. Sometimes I really do hate technology
If you look carefully, you can see our new African Horse in the distance. Takes his place well I think..
And here are two pictures of the teak balls. They are very hard and heavy. Look a bit like dinosaur eggs.