Sunday, 18 November 2012

No brick unturned

Building work continues unabated, at times providing us with some fairly challenging living conditions!
Old doorways (most of which were designed for persons considerably shorter than myself, as the top of my head can attest) have been blocked up and new openings have appeared.

                   Today came the biggest change. Dust and debris flew as the kitchen and dining room became one.
The end product certainly is becoming easier to imagine now, though I think it's fair to say it's still some way off yet!


and after!!

Meanwhile farm life continues as if nothing were happening. But there are housing upheavals on the horizon for the poultry too. The ducks need to move into the veg garden along with the geese, and I really want to find a way of moving the guinea fowl closer to the Ash trees. Hopefully they will eventually make them their night-time roost.

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Sunday 18th November 2012
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