I've been playing with my logmaker, the results look more like bricks than logs to be honest.It's a way to use up old newspapers, junkmail,my paper scraps, dry teabags, sawdust etc.
You make the paper wet and then shape it into a ball and stick it in this contraption that squeezes most of the water out.
They say the brick/log burns for over an hour , I cannot wait for them to be dry properly and try it out. It wil take ages for them to dry out. May be it's more a summer job?
I may be using up more energy making them than getting out of it but who cares it's called recycling isn't it.?
I had a great time last night trying to coax the cockerel back into the chicken pen , peabrain still hasn't figured out how to get there. So I opened the gate in the hope he'd get through, he didn't but some sheep did who aimed for my vegetable plot, or rather what is left of it by the deer . So I had to lure them back into the field. The cockerel spent the night on top of a fence.
Did you know that deer don't like leeks?? They left them alone but the curly kale was delicious thank you very much.