Feb 2017 in photos: part 2


I wasn’t losing my mind thinking that I’d taken other photos: I had, and they were on the camera I’ve been using to date for this project. So, here goes with Feb 2017…part 2!

 

"The field" looking a bit sparse but with a big pile of salvaged silage plastic in the foreground - great for sheet mulches

“The field” looking a bit sparse but with a big pile of salvaged silage plastic in the foreground – great for sheet mulches

The front / veg garden in progress...

The front / veg garden in progress…

Just outside the front door there are two thin borders which are a cacophony of primulas. And look even more stunning when Chris has been weeding

Just outside the front door there are two thin borders which are a cacophony of primulas. And look even more stunning when Chris has been weeding

Trying to capture those elusive snowdrops/daffs/crocuses near the washing line again...

Trying to capture those elusive snowdrops/daffs/crocuses near the washing line again…

Crocuses next to the front door

Crocuses next to the front door

The attic progresses slowly - and having removed the old, gebroken window ledge the window ledge support was rather handy for long bits of pipework in the hot water system project

The attic progresses slowly – and having removed the old, gebroken window ledge the window ledge support was rather handy for long bits of pipework in the hot water system project

Lovingly insulated by Chris & co, this is the new come for the header tank for our new gravity fed hot water system & radiator

Lovingly insulated by Chris & co, this is the new come for the header tank for our new gravity fed hot water system & radiator

What could be more exciting than a header tank?

What could be more exciting than a header tank?

Awaiting final connections at this point, but this little radiator means we've got a heat sink for heat from the range in the kitchen...and a way of getting wood-powered heat up to the attic

Awaiting final connections at this point, but this little radiator means we’ve got a heat sink for heat from the range in the kitchen…and a way of getting wood-powered heat up to the attic

Pipes, you say? Running along the "landing" at the top of the attic stairs - mid way along you can see the large hunk of stone that needed a channel gouging out of it for said pipes

Pipes, you say? Running along the “landing” at the top of the attic stairs – mid way along you can see the large hunk of stone that needed a channel gouging out of it for said pipes

And the hot water tank itself - it was a very tight squeeze getting the cupboard door back on...but it was managed!

And the hot water tank itself – it was a very tight squeeze getting the cupboard door back on…but it was managed!

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