And so a very quiet day. After I’d handled the usual email mountain, Maureen and I went off to local bar/restaurant La Posa for a late lunch yesterday (and a REALLY nice ham sandwich) before heading off to help out our friends with their Kindle. I took a couple of pictures while we were out including one from way up at the top of the hill where the Church is but the place really shines when the weather is great – which it’s not now… maybe in 3 months time.
All week the sun has been trying to appear but it’s quite damp – I think there’s going to be a fair bit of rain before this clears up. Temperatures up to maybe 14c in the afternoons.
We decided to give the Friday pub-crawl a miss last night and were just giving up when our new neighbour dropped in a note from one of the guys to remind me of a corrosive wall treatment we’d been discussing (if you’re looking in – thanks!) – I can see me stinking the place up shortly (we get a mica-like substance appearing in the walls from time to time which is pretty, but destructive).
I was rather disappointed to find that one of our road repairs which had handled the winter so well, from one day to the next a bloody great crack has appeared down one side (3 inches across) – one has to wonder what the builders were thinking about when they put some of this stuff together. Actually I think they were thinking about payment, not quality.
I’ll give it until May to settle then the bags of concrete are coming out – unless some kind nearby soul beats me to it.
It’s 9.30am and the sun is once again having an attempt to force it’s way through – and it’s not the only thing, as I was typing this I looked through the mesh covered windows and… you may notice there are two of them – fair-weather friends. I see now why people put bird-mesh on the outside – to stop these fellows poking their noses through the insect mesh!
Weather is weird… as you see in the picture below, you’d think I’d photoshopped the mountains out – but I haven’t – that’s what it looks like – flat land!