I seem to have become a bit lazy last week with regard to blogging. Point is I spent the first part of the week catching up on restoration work - cleared a good deal of it; and then the second part of the week seemed to be filled up with socialising - so a good, busy week. In fact the socialising carried on into the weekend, as we met up with Sir Bruin and his lady, Liz, on Saturday morning, and went out to our favourite Farm Shop for breakfast with them. Then came back here for coffee, and a potter round the workshop. Then yesterday afternoon to Scrabble Club, where Hilary was on excellent form and won the first two games.
This morning to Church at a small village a couple of miles from us, and decided to make a detour on our return journey and took all today's photos. Above is a lovely old farmhouse near the aforementioned Church.
Now I really must get on with some work. I hammered out this blog entry while some glue dried. It should be quite dry now so I can get on with sawing out some thin brass sheet, with which I can replace missing inlay on a Black Forest, Regency style clock-dial surround. Actually - just been called upstairs as a cuppa is waiting for me, which will give the glued sheet brass a bit more time to dry.