|2 tiny goslings led out to the big outdoors. The orange dog's water|
bowl is their safe "pond" and they love paddling in it.
|Beeblebrox with her 7 in the kitchen garden.|
|The purple loose strife is taller than me |
this year by the pond there.
|Looking a bit 'ox-tail' this venison soup was superb.|
|That lovely stonework 'thing' at the end of our road. Story soon.|
This gives you a gloop about as thick as single cream. It works really well with the old fashion 'slappy' lime-wash brushes. It is thick enough to not dribble off down the wall when you smear it onto the clean surfaces of stone, and 'slaps' beautifully off the bristles, penetrating deep into the dusty cracks and crevices when you administer a good splat with the side of the brush over the joint-crack. I know I have to re-point soon but this stuff gives a re-assuring impression of reduced thickness gaps, as if enough coats would see you with a solid white wall.
|That 30' x 40' shed base at K-Dub's.|
|Grooved, non-skid concrete for K-Dub's dogs' new run.|
|A few archery pictures just to fill out the text.|
It all went according to plan for 2 lorries and we were 'flying'; the stuff was going down really well and everyone starting to relax. Tired but happy. Then a few flies hit the ointment. Lorry #3 turned out to be a re-use of #2 with the same driver, so he needed not only to go back to base to re-load (about an hour and a half round trip) but also to take his lunch (call that 2 hours then). We just had to wait while the 7/8 finished shed base got tamped and re-tamped, teased and primped into a superior degree of flatness and polish, till the last cubic yard or two turned up to finish the missing corner.
|4 archers line up on this cameraman who is hiding behind the|
horns of the ibex target. Obviously it was all under control and
no-one really 'drew' till I was safely out of the way.
|Those 4 arrows in a nice pattern in the kill zone are mine. I am |
not sure what the other guy was playing at with his scatter of shot
in the eye, spine and front trotter.
|There are actually 2 arrows in full flight in this shot, in the |
yellow oval, but I bet you can't see them in this print!
|Log-Rat #2 nailed.|