We’re pretty happy with our dry toilet. Even emptying it in the rain is ‘kind of’ okay. We just needed a little fan to keep it fresh.
Our tap broke in ‘le bungaow’ so Matt had to change it. He had a lot of fun adapting french stuff to english plumbing…
We changed the windows but had a set back. We measured the second window wrongly….arrrggg. Really annoying when the D.I.Y store is an hour’s drive away…Nevermind it’s all a learning curve. We had to take the radiator off as well. By the way we are selling them if anyone is interested by some ‘vintage french radiators’ 😉 (they are blinkin’ heavy!)
We love this old sink but we probably won’t use it as a sink, we’ll use it as a seat.
And ‘Sharon’ (Matts stone) has found a new purpose, a sink plug…..
I carried on scraping the walls in the ‘future’ lounge. 4 layers of wallpaper and glue holding on polystyrene insulation.
I had some help from our favourite neighbours. Even Matt helped for a bit……literally seconds….
Finally it’s pretty much getting there….
I cleared some of the cellar steps as they are deadly slippery.
The steps we when arrived:
We dug a little more in the cellar. We need to fit a sump pump in there.
Nice clear hole. And photo taken a few hours ago. Arrrrgggg.
I know what I’ll be doing when the rain stops!
Little faces are everywhere!;) A sad looking electrical plug.
We also found this while clearing. An ancient back scraper? Or maybe a tool to help pick up apples and pears.