Our life.Our chaos.
A diary of our life in the Haute Vienne
That will be a huge workshop when it's done!
It will be 8.5 x 5.5 metres. Probably still not big enough for all Neils' projects!!
No workshop is ever big enough! At least though you will have your house back. Back, maybe that is not the right word have you ever had it yet :) I saw snowdrops here for the first time this year last Monday. Lenny looks like he is on a hunting expedition. Cheers Diane xx
Lovely to see your place, and Neil's workshop. It looks like it will be a real den for him. Nice to see the snowdrops, and meet Lenny.
One day Diane, one day :0) and you are right, Lenny is a right little hunter and I know my pics aren't quite up to your standard but I just love the snowdrops!!xxVera I hope it will be his perfect Den, he deserves it! Have you made your roof vs bathroom decision yet?!!xx
My what a change!!! I liked the pics too.Pa
Thanks Dad :0)
Nothing like getting a man out of the house and into a shed.Mr Fly's problem is that he fills one shed and then moves on to the next....and he's doing it here too...from the bodega he has moved out to under the balcony which is fine now it's summer but I foresee that once the rainy season starts the under the balcony area will be enclosed...and then he'll be looking elsewhere...I'm putting the chickens and the pigs on notice of eviction from their cosy quarters...What I am not doing is allowing him in the house with his buckets and boxes and whatnot...
Roz: No, not made any decisions yet as to what we are going to focus on. Probably the roof! Bathroom can wait!
Very wise Helen - pigs and chickens! you have settled in - anything else?Vera we should have a bet who will get a bath in first!!
He's thinking of breeding iguanas....I suppose I should think myself lucky it's not crocs!
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