I always have such good intentions of keeping this up so Kev and Steph can see what we are up to, but somehow time gets by.
After months of hot summery weather today is aweful, wet (farmers are delighted) and cold, I have just lit the fire much to Dave's surprise as he is in a tee-shirt but I have started to get cold. Partly due to the fact that I have spent a couple of hours patchworking- I am behind the rest of the class so trying to catch up. Learning to patchwork was one of the new activities I was determined to take up as part of our new life, well return to the Wairarapa.
Since my last blog, we have carpet, a nearly completed fence outside the bathroom to add a level of privacy to lying back in the bath and enjoying the view, and as you can see from above one of the spare rooms is setup.
We have had the builder who is a dab hand at driving large excavation machines back with a digger to spread the piles of topsoil. The grass will be sown early April for a autumn lawn.
We have no piles in the front