10 February 2012

Shell House.

MY PICTURE FOR TODAY
This is a picture of a house taken in June 2007 
during our holiday in Cornwall

WATER, HOT & COLD
There has been 2mm of rain 
in the past 24 hours,
2C is the max
&
-1C was the coldest point.

Max for Feb is 6C
&
the min is -7C,
there has been 10mm of rain so far.

MY WORK BOOK

Duration: 08:30-09:00 
Location: (Office steps)  
  Notes: Cleared snow and ice from the steps to the office and also the front passage and the dowager house. 

See to the sheep 
 Duration: 09:00-09:20 
Location: (Field)  
  Notes: Took across some hay. 
Checked and counted the sheep. 
Took the ice off the water trough. 

See to the greenhouses 
 Duration: 09:20-10:00  
  Notes: Checked and watered round. 

Painting 
 Duration: 10:00-10:30 
Location: (Potting Shed)  
  Notes: Prepared the next barrel for painting. 

Break for tea 
  Duration: 10:30-10:50 
Location: (Home)  
Notes: Had a mug of tea.

Painting 
 Duration: 10:50-12:30 
Location: (Potting Shed)  
  Notes: Finished painting the half barrels. 

See to the bins 
 Duration: 12:30-12:40 
Location: (Hall)  
  Notes: Put the recycle tubs back. 

Break for lunch 
  Duration: 12:40-13:30 
Location: (Home)  
Notes: Had a mug of tea, four honey sandwiches and a piece of cake.

Pruning 
 Duration: 13:30-15:55 
Location: (Conservatory)  
  Notes: Pruned the indoor vines. Also cut back some chrysanths that we have growing in pots. 

Put away the tools 
 Duration: 15:55-16:00 
Location: (Potting shed)  
  Notes: Also checked round to make sure things were safe from the frost. 



6 comments:

Sara said...

I love the idea of putting shells on a house! Looks so pretty.

Beth said...

The house is beautiful! Again, you had a busy day!

nerima roberts said...

Hmmmmm. Only a sea shell over would do this.
I have a collection of pretty shells I've collected from Mexico, Thailand, Florida, etc.

I could never embed any in cement.

Thanks for the share.

Theanne said...

Beautiful shell work on this house, another busy day!

Louellen Lawson said...

That is neat Rob.

An English Shepherd said...

I think the boss has sen that house as well :-)