I haven’t felt very well the past couple of days. I mislaid an inhaler the other day, so I had to resort to an almost dead device.
Which didn’t work very well, leaving me struggling a little.
But, in my local, I was able to acquire a new inhaler. OK, so it’s of the stubby variety, but it worked straight away.
And, for the first time in a couple of days, I can breath normally again.
I kindof wish I’d put this on the front of the house, rather than the shed.
The man-cave now has a floor once more.
Well, that’s the rendering finished.
If the weather’s OK next weekend, I should be able to get a screed down on the floor.
I’m quite excited about my latest purchase.
It should arrive in the next week or two. While I’d love to substitute it for the existing street sign on the front of the house, I’ve resigned myself to its location in the garden.
Removing old plaster from the shed walls isn’t really something I enjoy. However, it’s damp, so it needs to come off before render goes on. It seems that the walls had been painted blue, I’d guess that was in the 60s, when the shed was used as a taxi office. There’re also traces of an earlier green (20/30s?).
It was a shame to render over stone, but I really couldn’t be bothered to rebuild another two walls, with a damp-proof membrane.
But now I only have one wall left to render.
Second coat’s on.
Just need to point round the door on the left and add door numbers. Which won’t be on the door.
After putting it off for way too long, we now have a new front door (-ish).
It needs some work, but it’s already miles better than its plastic predecessor.
Apparently, the door shall be green.
Its neighbour too, most likely.
After hacking plaster off and digging out the debris inside the shed, much of this afternoon was spent rendering.
While there’s a lot more to do, I’m happy with the result.
I’d set myself a target of the end of summer to finish the shed, so it’s going to be touch and go.