Monthly Archives: July 2016

Electricity, Rendering and a Finished Roof (bits of it anyway)

Not exactly finished, I admit that. But one side of one bit finished. About 2/5 finished. Allow me my moment of rejoicing. Here, David poses with his (and it was largely his) triumphant roof. I think it looks rather well. … Continue reading

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Roof-a-rama

Among the three of us, we’ve got a lot of roofing done in a the last few days. I reckon we’re one day off finishing that side of the main house. The windows are a faff and really slow you … Continue reading

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Bits and Bobs Happening

When David stays over, he brings his hammock to hang in the house. Over a gaping hole with a 3 metre drop to a concrete floor. No telling with some people. To be fair, I think he only did that … Continue reading

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Update About Flooded Wall

Since a lot of people have asked (which is lovely because it implies a lot of people are paying attention) I’ll give you the good news about the wall that got flooded a few weeks ago. Rae came round and … Continue reading

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More Stuff Is Happening Than I Am Writing About Lately

Partly that’s because I haven’t (as usual) got much headspace to blog, and partly it’s because there’s actually quite a lot of progress being made and that takes of a lot of my time. Which is obviously nice. It’s weird; … Continue reading

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