A bit of a mixed bag today so I will choose my title at the end.
The last part for the yurt doors arrived this morning so the finishing touches were completed.
Anne came soon after breakfast, on the workmax, with its back end lined with carpet. One of the yurt doors was loaded up and off she went.
Later in the afternoon, we walked down to the Woodland yurts and saw the first door in situ.
I think it looks great.
Anne and her dad Don, had been working on site nearly all day.
We saw the new shower working.
I went to check on the frogspawn and saw none.There were two ducks on the pond. I don`t think they eat frogspawn though.
On the way back through a field of new lambs with their protective mothers, stamping their feet at us, we passed the sloe in full blossom. What a sight!
Back at the garden, we had a welcome teabreak before continuing with our jobs.
I am still developing the peculiar area between the cob shed and the stable. Carpet, chipped bark and odd bits of turf.
What seems a long time ago now, this area housed the first compost heaps.
We`ve also done a lot of cob mixing here.
Steve had another go at the alstromeria. It is such hard work as every single piece has to be lifted.
Just a bit more to go now.
Doctor Who is guarding the bottom entrance. After dressing the last scarecrow in bright, new clothes, she is now watching over the butterfly garden. Her new name is Kathryn.