Of course because I have been so busy I have been dreadfully neglecting not only my blog but getting caught up with those blogs that I love too. I really love spring and it really has arrived but it's such a busy time of year on the allotment and I am still trying to get my head around the bee membership and getting the bees sorted too....oh but enough of the excuses and the whinging Tanya....just get on with the pictures!!
Si I told you the saga of the shed here so I won't drone on about it too much but it did men that for a couple of weeks the bee plot just looked like this....
|The shed arrived but without a roof!!!|
We waited until the following day to get the felt on the roof as no rain was forecast and VOILA...a shed...
Now it still isn't totally finished as there are a few cosmetics to be done but the shed is up and stable and water tight. windows still need re-grouting and it needs a good coat of creosote but I am very pleased with it. I was asked about carrying it whole from one plot to the next when I mentioned it before but this would not have been possible as the shed was 10ft by 6ft and there was no room to carry it between sheds and greenhouses already on the plot.
Well I guess that really is all that is to be said for the shed. I am really happy with it and it is now filled with all the bee equipment which means my greenhouse is now free to grow seedlings again as it had become a rather untidy storage area!!
Kind of a boring post really but very exciting developments for me personally and I smile every time I go up to the bee plot and see my lovely shed and know that I have all I need to hand!!