Monthly Archives: January 2012

A Quiet Day

Headed out to Tod this morning because a couple of the electricians I’d asked for a quote for hooking up the new supply had said they could come and look at it today. The first one was quite obviously the … Continue reading

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Freezing, but Beautiful

This weekend was incredibly beautiful, though extremely cold, and wonderfully productive. Bob came for the first bit of the weekend, and once we managed to drag ourselves out of our warm beds at about 10am (having stayed up til 2 … Continue reading

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Electricity!

After a fashion. Two guys came and dug a hole, at the bottom of which was found the capped electricity cable. They dug a trench to the spot on the wall where we hung the white box, and then two … Continue reading

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More Trees

I just ordered two cherry trees, a plum and a greengage for delivery in early Feb. We shouldn’t really be spending money on that stuff, but I am so keen to get them in and have a crop as soon … Continue reading

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Slow and Steady…

…and all that. Spent Monday morning at the cabin, quite a busy day, actually. Rae and Gill on the roof spreading bitumen with plywood offcuts (because the brushes were too soft for the cold bitumen), Barbara working on the door, … Continue reading

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