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Ah, Ha...Ha

Thank goodness the weather has now picked up a lttle, it has felt a long time coming! This spring has seen some lovely projects so far including my first Ha Ha. A rebuild of an almost derelict wall, reinstating it to its original wavy line!
Spring has obviously been the season for driveways and gateways as I have completed 2 more and am about to embark on another tomorrow

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