Due to the state I am now in, it has become a bit of a struggle to look after 6 cats properly. I haven't been letting them out (except Kitten), because if they got injured or in trouble, I wouldn't be able to rush out and help them. It just wasn't fair on them to be kept indoors all the time since they were used to going out earlier. Today I handed over the two tinys (Tboy & Tgirl), and worst of all, Tabby & Dee, to the SSPCA for rehoming. They now on their way to the mainland (Inverness). They…
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This is the large French bracket clock I was restoring back in Nov. 2011. I thought I had lost this video in shifting everything off that other place before shutting it down. However, this morning while rooting about in an old laptop, I spotted it! T… - See all videos
January 29, 2016I had just sat down with a cup of tea when I heard a sound like a jet engine coming through the house, and noticed the smell of very hot metal coming from the wee iron stove, which was glowing a nice 'cherry red' in the sitting room. It was clear that I had a whopping great chimney fire on the go. On another day I would have probably just let it get on with it, but with the wind in the 50mph range, and knowing there was a reasonable build up of tar (been about 15 years since I set this one on f…
November 13, 2015...are at it again. What's all this crap about naming a weather event- like a bit of a gale blowing through the area. It was just that- wind- it certainly doesn't need a name! To hear the BBC news (that's the English Broadcasting Corporation), the end of the world came last night in my part of the world. Just because down south there is total panic if the wind touches the 20mph mark, doesn't mean there is something to panic about. Nearly every hour the radio said how there were no ferries to…