Friday, 13 April 2018

Different strokes

 In case yours truly wasn't busy enough the retriever Isla decided to add to the jobs list by making a small alteration to the wall in the conservatory. Bearing in mind that she was in there to sleep she did a pretty good job of keeping herself occupied. So as ever, something must be done.
 Phase one, clear it all out and survey the damage and wear and tear from several large muddy dogs over the winter.
 Phase 2 and 3. Fit new wall to hide hole. Paint the wall with left over paint found in workshop. Leave woodwork for weekend as boredom has set in and I wanted to a different sort of painting.
Bavarian light infantry. Much more fun than walls.

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