Wordless Wednesday: The Ideal Pit Stop for Travelling Gardeners?


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  1. Helen - I've wanted to take this picture for ages, but we don't always stop at this particular services when travelling up north.

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  2. Sort of beef it up while you're there and work it off when you get home?

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  3. Hi Lucy - have a look at the name of the service station...

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  4. I did - I had an image of digging with a trowel when you got home instead of a spade. Extra hard work to compensate for eating junk food.

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  5. Aha :) No junk food for us - we were on a fast day. However, I will be wielding my trowel now it's stopped raining as there's bulbs to plant...

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  6. I will never drive past again without thinking of gardening implements :-)

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  7. There are hidden treasures to be found at these pit stops - puns aside. The other week I stopped at the Reading Welcome Break to walk the dog and found the mecca of blackberry bushes. (Well out of dog pee-on zone might I add.)

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  8. Monica - what treasure! I hope you had time to pick some of them...

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