Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Pot luck


I'm now down to the last ton bag of lime render and if the weather is kind I may finally get to finish rendering the remaining stacks and re pot in time for Santa's arrival. The masons yard have been busy turning out tons of sandstone paving and a couple of months paving in the winter seems certain seeing as summer didn't arrive and we are months behind schedule. If however the lads are good and get cracking I may let them work a couple of weeks inside when the weather turns really bad...what a boss! they don't deserve me.....honest.

7 comments:

Scrobs... said...

That's a gorgeous house there, Thud!

Don't ever move will you!

cheshire wife said...

I am looking forward to seeing your sandstone paving.

James Higham said...

Chimney pots? Must be a real b***er getting those in place and getting them to stay there.

Thud said...

Scrobs....At the rate I'm going they will be burying me here. James...not a pleasant job ,one of the more difficult

Albert said...

I presume farmer Giles will let you have a burial at sea using lake Brimstage.
A bit of rain and wind, rain stops play, typical builder! :-)

Brian said...

A house as fine as Thud Towers deserves to take as long as it takes.

monkey said...

That gate looks awesome