Some more pictures from the sunny Algarve.
Potatoes about a foot high. I reckon they are eight weeks growth in front of us. It's eight degrees in Ireland this morning. It was 24 Degrees at the beach in Portugal on Sunday afternoon.
The council workers had just laid their Azadas down for a rest in Quarteira last Wednesday. They were busy weeding out Ice plants. Plants that you would love to grow in your garden back home. One Azada is heavy and one is light. You can buy the heads in hardware shops for 5 and 8 Euros. Perhaps I should start importing them? I paid 28 Euros for my "Crocodile" Azada. Chillington tools make them in dear old Blighty. Why do they never say England on the news any more? It's always: "The UK".
Must do some weeding with my Azada today. Have you planted or sown anything yet? It's still very cold here and we have only planted spudatoes and onions so far.
More Algarve photos tomorrow.