Blog 25 🏡 Well the weather hasn’t improved for the Month of October…oh well suppose Winter is coming ! The only excitement having weather like this is visiting Lyme Regis when storms are approaching, quite spectacular ! The dogs love it and we all come back with sandy feet !
Looking at the ‘wobbly floor’ bedroom, (must change that name as the floor is fine now!) have taken down the bin liners which were stuck over the holes catching the rain from the thin thatch, now sealed up so no draughts, also fixed this in landing ceiling, that had same problem but all sealed and no leaks ! We can paint over the plasterboard when we decorate. Looks very neat work by Andy ! I stood and helped if he needed it ! So this room looking much better, needing decorating, carpet, wardrobe….now thats going to be fun chosing a wardrobe as walls are not straight and beams in the way ! So think only one part of the bedroom suitable to get decent size wardrobe in, so on the look out at the Antiques shops.
The doorway to this bedroom is very low, ok for me being bit shorter but you have to duck to avoid hitting your head if taller, so the plan is to cut out above the door frame and put in a bigger door. Andy cut away the plaster and discovered a very dry messy mixture of dirt, a dry cob mix used to build this wall.
It covered everything, it was so dusty, looking around for a new size door, thought of a downstairs door between kitchen and boiler cupboard which is never used and yes it fits width ways and door frame cut to size height ways, may need a new door frame to hang door onto as original frame, part of beam used before makes the door hang funny angle and will not be moving the beam !
Thinking of sending the chickens back….they still have not laid any eggs !! Only joking but what is going on….they are about 25 weeks old now and things should have happened ! Fingers crossed for VERY soon ! We wonder if they were younger than the 12 weeks when we first saw them at the Farm. More wood added to their run today to eventually add a waterproof cover over the top to protect them in the winter, should be better for them. They were trying to shade from ‘Storm Brian’ so putting a cover on will keep them dry.
Enjoying breakfast 🐔🐓🐔🐓
Hoping next blog will include eggs !! 🐔🐔🐔🐔🐔🐔🐔🐔
UPDATE….🍳First egg laid on 5 Nov 2017 …..at last !! 🐓👍🐓🍳