the tree is somewhere in the middle, surrounded by kikuyu (which I can now spell)
After breakfast, Molly interviewed Alec about his economic system. I overhead bits and pieces while I wrote, but that is her business...
I got a Facebook message from a friend who now lives in Wellington. I’ll call once my phone works again—it seems not to be able to send or receive from this location. Molly has a co-op contact in Wellington as well. Maybe it is worth a bus trip from our next wwooff? More will be revealed.
Morning Dog Walk was late, but uneventful. I finally dressed for the weather—wearing my unitard mid-thigh swimwear under my rain jacket, with crocs. Meanwhile, some of clothes are finally dry.
jeans, socks, shoes drying
Molly made a good lunch:
The afternoon tasks included clearing a huge hexagonal garden bed for Molly. She also found some time to document stuff for her internship, and chill out a bit.
the beds before
Molly hauled the weeds to the compost pile
then took a break...
Evening walk was damp
protected from the rabbits organically
My tasks for the afternoon included repairing the umbrellas:
...and weeding out the tomatoes:
Molly, beautiful Molly, in repose, caught unaware:
Dinner: Molly cooked soba and veggies. I cooked the Nadis-Schwartz soy sauce and honey chicken for Alec. With chard, onions and carrots.
In the evening, Molly and I worked on the Split Decisions puzzle that Dick had emailed and Alec printed out for us. Is “gallish” a word? The internet doesn't think so. It goes well with “Garnish” and “googol”. But there were several “proper nouns”—Google, Oslo, Corvette and Mach…maybe Games magazine owes me a t-shirt...