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Monday, 30 January 2006
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Sadly, due to over-enthusiastic watering from a neighbour's garden last night, 4 of the holes were flooded and unusable, despite a last-minute bucket-brigade effort this morning.
I helped out with taking wheelbarrow loads of concrete to fill all the holes (I only lost one load!)
So, we will have to get Rod with his excavator back to drill out the 4 wet holes before we can finish the wall. Hmm, I wonder if this will all be done by Winter after all?
Posted at 1/18/2006 01:34:00 pm
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Tuesday, 10 January 2006
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Posted at 1/10/2006 10:12:00 am
Thursday, 5 January 2006
In my spare time, I'm the webmaster for the Australian Carnivorous Plant Society. I'm currently working on a complete overhaul of their website, including moving to a new hosting provider. As well as making use of ASP.NET 2.0 for the new site, I've also made use of the sample Design Templates that make good use of Master Pages, XHTML and CSS.
Wednesday, 4 January 2006
This little guy and his friend (not sure where he is) had been living the high life in one of the holes dug for our retaining wall. Not wanting to see them end their lives encased in concrete, we rescued them both and left them in a bucket with a big rock in it.
I'm just glad they were in the shallower hole, and not the 2.5 metre deep one!