We got all the mulching complete before the rain came in again. Just as well its been pouring.
So plenty other tasks to move on to:
Howard stripped the paint off a vintage metal rocking chair. I found it at the tip shop a few years ago and repainted it but our local weather isn't kind to metal. The fog wraps its tentacles around everything and makes it rust. All our outdoor furniture needs repainting - on the list for my 5 weeks off. This chair is a particular comfy favourite.
Meanwhile I decided that a change in weather was on the cards and made a big batch of firestarters. A lot of people round here sneer at the whole concept of firelighters but when your kindling is damp, or the wind is simply blowing in the wrong direction, some days its hard to get the fire lit. And when you've been at work all day and the house is cold a firelighter is a welcome cheat.
Made from empty egg cartons, wood shavings and melted wax these firelighters are fantastic. My suggestion - make a production line of it and it doesn't take long to make several dozen.
My prediction - there won't be enough to get through winter, although I'll come close, so I'll need to do another batch in a few months time.