It is now just after 6 p.m. on New Year's Eve here. Last night I set the alarm for 5.50 a.m. and we duly got up and headed straight to the Growers' Market. I had not checked as I was certain that, once again, it was going to be on Thursday, not Saturday. We arrived to find two empty car parks. (One is used for the market and the other for parking). Yes, it is on Saturday this week.
We came straight home and I was able to get into the garden and, among other things, cut back some shrubs that we encroaching on other ones. The rest of the day has flown with usual day to day jobs.
I picked the first two tomatoes tonight (Black Krim, one of my favourites). They are quite a good size. We have a lot of large tomatoes and I have my fingers crossed for a good crop but one can never know with tomatoes as blight can hit and demolish a crop.
I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year. Let's hope with the new vaccine (and a new President in the U.S.A.) that things will improve for everyone). I realise how lucky we have been here although, with Covid once again loose in New South Wales I don't want to be too complacent. It could so easily turn up here again.
We are planning on a quiet night.