Thoughts, musings, seasonal progress, photos, poetry and pieces inspired by life on an English allotment. Where necessary names have been altered to protect the innocent.

Comments always welcome.

18 responses to this post.

  1. I love the title


  2. Nice to meet you Beeseeker..


  3. Thanks for dropping by and for the nice comments also.


  4. Thank you so much for following my thoughts (and my blog) and now I am happy to follow yours as well. You have made a beautiful home for us travelers on the interwebs. All my best, Lee


  5. Posted by wisejourney on April 6, 2013 at 7:42 am

    Added to my reading list so I am check in on your allot,not form time to time…


  6. Posted by wisejourney on April 6, 2013 at 7:43 am

    Allotment. ( damn iPad !!)


  7. Like, your blog beeskeeper, make sure to head on over to my blog and enter my april contest which started on sunday.have a good day*_*


  8. I read Les Brown years ago….he’s a great inspirational and motivational writer. I didn’t know you had this blog too….look forward to reading your entries this evening. Blessings!


  9. Posted by Theanne aka magnoliamoonpie on June 30, 2013 at 8:34 pm

    I thought I was following this blog 🙂 and I am…thanks for suggesting 🙂


  10. Hi there beeseeker, like what you’re doing! I also struggle with an allotment and write about resilience, sustainability and how to keep sane in the city…hope you get a moment to check out my efforts: http://simplyradical.wordpress.com/


  11. Hi there mates, fastidious paragraph and fastidious urging commented at this place, I am
    truly enjoying by these.


  12. Muck, Line and Thinker | “Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” Les Brown http://www.kuhnet.org Muck, Line and Thinker | “Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” Les Brown


  13. I like to read your blog. You have very interesting blog. I’m glad to meet you in my blog! Keep writing! 🙂


  14. You are a busy blogger!


  15. I drop a leave a response when I appreciate a post on a site or I have something to contribute tto the discussion. Usually it’s caused by the passion displayed in the article I browsed.
    And after this post Muck, Line and Thinker | "Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago." Les Brown.
    I was actually excited enough to drop a leave a responsea response
    😉 I actually do have 2 questions for you if you don’t mind.

    Could it be simply me or does it look lke like some of these remarks appear like they
    are coming from brain dead visitors? 😛 And, if you are
    writing on other places, I’d like to keep up with you.
    Would you list every one of all your social pages like your twitter
    feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?


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