Tuesday, 14th October 2003, page
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Richard Bell's Wild West Yorkshire nature diary
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wouldn't want to try these runner beans as I guess
that by now they've gone stringy but it's worth leaving them on
the plant to harvest for sowing next year's crop.
I decided to take my own advice
today: when you're feeling troubled, draw beans!
I hadn't realised that it was
such a perfect day for drawing: sunny, warm and with a light breeze
to keep it feeling fresh.
I wrote that last line in my notebook a comma
(right) flew past and settled briefly on the leeks. Later in
the day, on a sheltered south-facing bank of the canal, a small
copper settled in the grasses.
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