This is the state of play, hen’s looking for grub.
Plane sailing, I don’t think so. One day of rain and the humidity makes everything red with rust. Don’t need this.
Kevin came to-day with the roof and boards, L helped fit what we had, with the full midgie net. I had to borow it to-day, mouthfulls of the blighters.
Somebody said this must be the dream job, yes it is but the reality is jobs like this. Pulling ragwort, it came in on the hay and just refuses to disappear. Maybe next year.
Tonight at 9pm we finally finished repairing this puncture (Friday Night) in time for the changeover tomorrow.
No wanderers tonight (this was Thursday evening) although a very calm drive over to check the Dry Harbour water, worrying!!!!
Just catching up with the photos, here’s Kevin doing a Friday run with stuff, mainly boys stuff but there was a Boots order in there.
Here’s Calum helping hold down the tyre, punctures come in threes, we’ve had two, hopefully not tomorrow during change over, fingers crossed!!
Just before i head off to bed, this was the view that greeted us when we went to Dry Harbour tonight, quite beautiful but it doesn’t show the midges, to-day has got to be the worst but hey ho, tomorrow it will be windy so the midgies will be grounded. I’m off to Inverness to my son’s birthday bash, L is staying put too windy for my boat. More Monday.
Kenny and Gemma were here to-day on MV Seaflower, good to see them back. We enjoyed a Cullen Skink lunch with them and Kevin and caught up on their Olympic travels, even more later.
AND finally, yes Autumn is here, even if the drought has helped, the colours are amazing with purples and all the rest of the colour range, next thing it will be the stags roaring, can’t wait.