So down to the Esplanade and I walked the .59. No problems, no pain. Lots of chats with fellow walkers. Mentally great feelings.
A wee boat returning to the harbour.
The Gull Gang were way out at sea as it was high tide.
I came home and our lovely gardeners were giving the Leylandii hedge a short back and sides. Then followed a discussion..... The border on the left of the patio is crammed and burgeoning with Bishop weed as they call it up here aka Ground Elder. So decision was to lift all the plants I want to keep, and dig the whole bed up and get rid of the dreaded weed.
There was also discussion on extending the paving at the rear of the house to make it more rat unfriendly and people friendly. Agreed.
Then I became rather maudlin. I want some sort of equipment to make my garden more disability friendly. I want to get in there and weed, and plant, and prepare for seed scattering. So have any of you got any suggestions for me. I have got over the breathless but struggle with bending (and getting back up again). Twisting is a no no. There must be some aid for me? Help. I need to have something to sit on at a low level, hoik myself back up again. Help. Please.