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Guest Post: Sunny: 300+ Days a Year

When I blogged RAIN by Uncle Spike last week I mentioned that I’d won a guest post. I wasn’t the only winner. Here’s the other great post! Enjoy!

My Aberdeen Garden

So you’ve already guessed I’m not from Aberdeen then?

Like many folk, I grew tired of the inclement weather offered by life around 53 degrees north, and decided to head south for semi-retirement by some 16 degrees. My plan, perhaps a little naively, was to tame an overgrown patch of land in the foothills of the West Taurus Mountains of southwest Turkey.


Better introduce myself I guess… I’m Uncle Spike, and I happen to a guest blogger in response to a challenge that Annette, your host, set me after winning one of my ‘Guess What’ photo challenges on Uncle Spike’s Adventures. Her return challenge to me was this: “Write a guest post for me about SUN – something you get too much of at certain times. I would be interested to hear what strategies you employ to help your plants and vegetables cope! This is not a problem…

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