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Category Archives: DIY
When we bought the cottage, it was in need of a new kitchen, and as we were starting from scratch, we decided to invest in a reconditioned Rayburn solid fuel cooker which would also run our central heating. It wasn’t … Continue reading
Will we ever learn? Hubby had his figures and requirements to hand and phoned up one of the local wood merchants. The cost was way beyond what we were expecting, but this is because rather than paying for the wood … Continue reading
I have made no secret of the fact that I hate sewing and that I would rather go out and buy a new shirt than sew a button on an old one. You might remember this poem from a previous … Continue reading
should go into the greenhouse business. Our neighbour decided to get rid of her greenhouse this year so we put some thought behind having it. Two reasons really, one being that we would be able to have more success with … Continue reading
According to the weather reports, we have Storm Ciara coming our way. The wind here can be bitter, but then we are on the East Coast of the country adjacent to the North Sea. As the wind is blowing West … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s quite interesting watching the world go by from one’s lounge, or in this instance, repair men carrying out maintenance. A van pulled up outside the house opposite and three guys got out. Next thing we see is the … Continue reading
It was another hot and oppressive night last night. Sadly Hubby’s plan with placing the fan in the hall on oscillate didn’t materialise as 1) there was no socket in close proximity, 2) the extension lead was snaking across vital … Continue reading