1. Find the area of the garden that has wifi range (my router is at the front of the house, my garden is at the back – I need to sit closer to the building and in the clearest line of site I can get)2. Holding laptop wonder around the wifi area until you find a spot where you can see the screen 3. Bring garden furniture to that spot 4. Adjust for bumpy lawn 5. Don’t lean back or you’ll fall into the flower border
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