AFTER my first Zoom guitar lesson of the day I head back to the house and get on with the smoker shelter roof.
It’s grey, wet and windy but I need to get the final two roof boards cut to size and nailed down.
That in itself isn’t too onerous, but trying to get some cover on the bare boards is a pain as there’s not much room to spare. Get there eventually and then it’s time for lunch.
Just as we sit down to eat we get a wood delivery. I guide the driver to dump the bag as close to the woodshed door as possible.
We get the wood stacked just in time for my afternoon guitar student arriving. once we’re done it’s way too dark to do anything outside. I can’t do any more work ont he roof as it needs to be dry when I get the felt down/
There’s no sign of decent weather for the foreseeable, so I get own Amazon and order a big tarp so we can keep everything reasonably watertight until the time is right.
We’re having garden concert on Saturday 30 December (4-6pm) and I suspect we’ll still have a temporary cover!
After dinner I set up the garden concert as a private event on Facebook and start getting some invites out….