Yay, we are getting closer.

Yesterday the electrician finished his work and it’s great to have lights everywhere to work even longer to get all finished. The floors have been sanded, all walls painted, the bed in the guest bedroom is up and has been tested and found good. No cost spared, a good quality IKEA solid timber bed with drawers. Head piece to arrive in a week or so. We have bought new duvets, cushions and covers.

The vanities were finished last night and the plumber is expected today to finish all plumbing, then we will have working bathrooms too.

Vanity top in the making: Made from old Australian railway sleepers. We love recycling and UPcycling.

Now only doors and trims left to be done.

Vanity in the making
Vanity in the making

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The warm and humid weather produced lovely field mushrooms to be harvested. Earlier we harvested basil, limes and potatoes.

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New critters have arrived

Our 2 little baby goats are called Muddy Valley Twi and Muddy Valley La. They love bouncing around in their paddock and up onto the things in their playground.

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Lockdown – here we go again

If not doing office work, we fix fences, move animals around, collect, cut and chop firewood, dig trenches, build goat houses 😉 and fix all sorts of things that break over time.

Two grey ducls and a brick pathway in the wet with wet grass behind them.

Water everywhere – in the midst of winter

It’s been rather wet, foggy and cold in the last couple of days. The cats spent more time inside and expressing a form of cabin fever when awake but they are mostly asleep.

The horses are asking for more food, the chickens are hiding in their house and the ducks – well, the ducks are in their element.

Little tractor with trailer in forest

More foraging

A few days ago there was finally a window with no rain and a bit of time, so managed to fill 4 feed bags with pine cones. Pine cones are excellent fire starters, full of resin and a rather large surface, thus burn really well, long and hot.