Map of the block

17 May

I have terrible spacial perception. I get lost in car parks, can never visualise anything from a diagram and I always turn the street directory around to face the direction I’m traveling.

If you are like me, then this is for you.

I’ve made a map of our block. Hopefully this will help make more sense of where I’m planting stuff and why. I’ve made a permanent page for it with explanations of what is in each bed, and I’ll try to refer to it when describing where things are.

Our Block

And for those like me – The nature strip is at the front.

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3 Responses to “Map of the block”

  1. ali May 19, 2011 at 7:39 pm #

    Good lord – look at your brilliant plans! It looks like an architect drawing! I am about to renovate my kitchen – want to come here and draw my plans 🙂

  2. L May 19, 2011 at 9:26 pm #

    Hehe. I’ll let you in on a secret. We are renovating our house and kitchen at the moment too. This plan is (heavily) based on the survey we needed to get done for the council approval 🙂 You can get an indication of my actual ability by looking at the banana tree in bed G. It was meant to be like the other trees!

    No-one told me how expensive renovating is though – I’m having a heart attack about now. I’ll post some pictures of the before in a few weeks. Then we’re onto 3 months with no kitchen in the middle of winter – argh!!

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