Saturday, February 09, 2019

Something To Keep


This morning I got my drill, hammer and screw driver out. You see, I saw that it was going to be too small, so I went and got a bigger one. Well I’m hoping it is going to be too small.


Or perhaps what I am trying to say is, I’m hopping that the rose will grow well.


And the original I have put on the side wall. I have plans here for latter in the year.


And with that I eventually get the trailer tyre to blow up and move it away from the garage.


oh yes I will need the spade.


I head to my parents with the trailer, load the building rubble up and then head to the Cannock tip.


Next is too remove some stuff from the garage, and with that I find the old bike carrier lighting board. I decide to use the lights for the knackered trailer lights and set about stripping them down.


What I though was going to be a 15 minute job turned into an hour.


But it got done and now the trailer has functional glowing lights once more. And with that fill the trailer and MX5 with stuff from the garage.


From there I head to my Grandads. I get the spade out and start digging up some of the wonderful fusica’s he has had for the last 30 years. These are no more fusica’s though.


A while later I have some good example cuttings.


And off we go, although I stop for a while.


Here at Barbrook I think there is a girl who may need a plant that will tolerate a poised garden.


And so I leave the girl some twiggs.


At first it looks like no one is home, then the dog comes to the window. A Mr Green is also in. He suggests putting some soil in and watering them. I tell him not too. We all know what happened the last time he watered something.


Back at the big green car I decide it is time to take the rear crappy badge off.


Unlike the front one, this one comes off really easily, I get the backing disc off too.


I get the new badge out.


As always find the tabs are in the wrong place for the car and


thus get a knife and cut them off.


A while later it is on and looking less tatty, although the car is very dirty.


I secure the loose undertrays, and then find the front passenger side one is also loose. This needs bigger attention though for another day.


Once back I;m tired, its been a busy day, I watch Benway on Youtube and then listen to the Planets, while eating a lovely plateful of haddock and chips.

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