I hope dear reader, that absence has made the heart grow fonder, if this is the case, then I will quit the blog altogether and enjoy England’s attempts to regain their recent former glories on the cricket pitch. I must say there is nothing better than working in the garden, sun on your bald spot listening to Test Match Special. I have been able to do a little of that recently, and the garden has seen a few newcomers to Saruyama HQ, including this
reprobate very welcome visitor. It dawned on me as well, when I was tidying up the garden that I hadn’t actually put any pictures up yet, so here is an introduction to the very humble Saruyama HQ.
It started off looking like a bit of wasteland in Feb 2012 when we moved in, fences had been blown down, it had been neglected but it was just what I had been looking for. As secure as you will find around London, big for the rent and an empty canvas…
There was an old shed which was still usable and that was about it. A dead tree covered in ivy, no fences and a load of rubble around the garden. Fast forward a year and a half and there is now a workshop/shed, polytunnel, benches, bbq area (for her indoors) cum outdoor workspace and benches, lots of (but not enough) benches