The cherry laurel had to go. Luckily, Dan was willing to work on it all day.
Having a bit of lunch.
Grace and Simon having a laugh.
Grace wielding power tools. That toilet won’t build itself.
Our new home (a touring caravan I bought on ebay.) Very good views.
Since the weather was so good, we did all the cooking and tea-making outdoors.
Liz’s steps before all that work.
Liz’s steps after all that work.
The rudimentary loo. It does the job (so to speak.)
The marquee (or great hall) and the caravan (or domestic quarters.)
There was a stone at the bottom of one of the walls that was threatening to fall off down the hill. It would have been a ridiculous pain to get it back again, so Elmo sensibly led a campaign to replace it.
The beautiful mullioned windows in one of the outbuildings.
We found this very useful crosscut saw in the shed. Several uses were made of it.
The view from inside one of the sheds, now lovely and clean (well, relatively) and ready to hold our stuff with some level of security.
The sheds from the outside.
The table, set for dinner.
A wide view of the site.
Sarah-May and Lea raking up the grass after strimming.