By Layla Sahmi
Today we had three different tasks in "el Villar", a recreational area just 1 km from Corella: to finish setting up the the watering system, covering with earth the ditches the excavator made to plant more than 300 trees and, last but not least, WATERING!
Michelle, Manal and me, Layla Sahmi, have pitched in to the five adults working in "el Villar" since 9:30. We had a big deposit to fill in with water, but unfortunately it was useless today. Last option? To water the trees using buckets and the nearby fountain.
The task looked never-ending, but for once it was easier done than said: in less than two hours we watered 70 salix caprea, a bush that goats love. BTW, we planted these bushes four days ago. 70 deep holes made with hoes, very hard work!!!