|We are looking good for some fruit types despite the drought|
|A new one for us this year - we may have some damsons.|
|Beautifully mowed grass.|
|The timber arrives for the chicken house roof.|
|K-Dub starts cutting out the 'barge ends'|
Not to worry. K-Dub turned up today (an EARLY builder!) - he was waiting on a sink for another job, so he had today free and decided to start. He would cut through the concrete 'barge' ends (gables) to free up the rusty old corrugated iron, plus cut all the rafters to shape/length in preparation.
|We are looking at a reasonable plum crop.|
|Mum out with 'The Bumbles' in the woods.|
|I found Connie's hidey-hole down behind some scrap plaster|
board in the Tígín
|Snouts down for some apples.|
|A nice sturdy cherry tree but no cherries|
this year. The drought got them.
|R+R, Roscommon style.|
Ah well, enough for this one. Maybe by the time I write again, a completed chicken house roof and no more foxy deaths. Finally, to be fair to Rafael he has apologised for his 'mistake' today in an e-mail. For what it is worth.