The Carpentry Project

 

I’m a little later than usual again today.  Isn’t it amazing how life just gets in the way?

You might remember a carpentry project from one of our gardeners over the lockdown period.  Well, that gardener sent me a few images of his garden, plus the finished project.  A couple of the images I used in Tuesday treats, but here’s the other, plus the project.  It’s very impressive.

Look at the colour in that gladiolus…

Rob's 1 A

 

Lovely cannas, flowering well.  And look – is that tea for two laid out in the summerhouse?  He tells us it’s just a garden shed, but it looks much grander than that!

 

Rob's 4 A

Perhaps we’ll see the whole thing another time!

Great work there, and the garden is looking super.

3 thoughts on “The Carpentry Project”

  1. I promise when it is truly finished to send you a complete picture.
    The image with the canna showes one of the steps which have now been levelled. We have still to apply, to both steps, two coats of oil plus a further coat to the complete the verandah, install the double glazing and the lay the new floor but all in good time!

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