Getting Sorted

A slightly better start to the day weather wise, and it was mainly dry all day which was great and meant we could get loads done.

 

Chris turned up to help us lift the wood burner out of Vinnie and into the barn with the use of the Muck Truck and trailer. Thanks Chris for your muscle power! And glad we found Annie’s dog without too much trouble.

Lots of preparation work for the annex levelling the floor ready for insulation, DPC etc before the cement goes down. Also plenty of shovelling ballast from the field by the river up to the annex door.

While the sun shone we decided to prune the trees out the front to keep the light coming in through the front window and door as well as a bit of bramble clearing. We both thought of you Monti Bianco as we tackled the brambles!

Lunch in the sun, with our somewhat disastrous effort of bread making. We managed to get a recipe from John (Al’s Dad) since I had forgotten the one we used last year. It was not very successful for some reason we are blaming the altitude so we have tried again tonight to see if we have more success!!! So our butties were somewhat interesting but still tasty!

We have also decided that we would like to paint the bridge as a “nice too” so I wire brushed it in the pm while Al shifted more ballast so that when the sun shines we can paint it.

All in all a productive day. We aim to shop tomorrow for building supplies so we can crack on with the annex floor once we have got all the materials up to the Bergerie.

Caught up with Adam for a beer once we got down and then lists of things to do plus lots of phone calls to make.

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One Response to Getting Sorted

  1. Lee says:

    Nice to see you last night – hopefully catch you tomorrow. I checked out the AC DC thing – here’s the story http://www.ieee-virtual-museum.org/collection/event.php?id=3456872&lid=1
    Kinda got it a bit mixed up but its all there.

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