Well it’s been a long six months (almost a year) but we’re nearly ready to welcome guests again.
I’m brushing up my baking now that I’ve got a real oven again and when George isn’t busy with a paintbrush he’s practising his frying skills.
Now, if only the weather plays nicely…….
July and August flew past. We hosted lots of lovely guests and spent our free time walking and enjoying trips out in the boat. I caught my first fish, it was quite a small mackerel, but delicious. The house in Greenock is now home to a new family and their stories. But we haven’t said goodbye to packing. ..
Almost since we moved in we’ve been waiting for a start date for our extension works. Now it’s
excitingly/unnervingly/thrillingly/worryingly/nail bitingly/disturbingly close and I’m busy once again with tissue paper, bubble wrap and boxes, squirrelling away the contents of the soon to be demolished kitchen.
I’ve been arranging a temporary kitchen, MrS found this excellent induction hob
and we have our combi oven and an old slow cooker rescued from Greenock
so we shouldn’t have to live on beans and toast (though I have been wondering if I should start a pop up cereal cafe).
We’re hoping we can live here through most of the build, time will tell.
And I’ll keep you posted
I haven’t posted in a while, but we haven’t been idle. Walls which were painted last year have been refreshed, furniture has been moved around and the dining room has a new colour scheme.
We had a little uncertainty about plans for the summer, but now any building work has been pushed back to the Autumn, so it’s all systems go for the summer season.
We woke to grey skies and rain, but this afternoon the sun has returned. Lets hope it’s here for the summer.