Thursday, 16 December 2010


Here is a 'mood view' of House at Poo Corner with hoarfrost and sunset.

The House is a small-yet-over-sized ever-so-slightly-ridiculous not-very-aerodynamic shed, which houses the electric pumps, which pump air into the biodigester. It was a rather blustery day, and the poor shed was blown away, along with a water butt (unattached so unweighted by water), and a plastic wheelbarrow (nearly, but thankfully not, into the greenhouse). We also had a lot of other weather, including rain, sheeting rain, sleeting rain, low cloud, sunny intervals and a double rainbow. It's not very desirable for electric pumps to be open to sheeting rain, and one poor workman was out in it, trying to fix the shed before it got dark. By tea-time, the side of Bredon was white with snow. I wonder what we will wake up to. Or rather, up to what we will wake...

1 comment:

  1. ... doesn't a shed blow away in the wind, somewhere in the opening scenes of 'The Wizard of Oz'?

    ... could there be a yellow brick or two in amongst the red bricks of the 'road' leading up to the Abbey barn door?

    with love from, Lynn & Quaver (the latter has been cast as Toto in the local village pantomime!)