Hello. Life is back to normal here, bag unpacked and stuff put away, veg beds watered, nothing showing yet, but they won't if I don't water them. Go to Crafty Club for an hour. Catch up with what's going on in blogland, then outside in the sunshine to resume work on the summer house. I have the very basic tools, with one extra item which I find very useful. I use the sharp point of the old fashioned tin opener to start off holes where I want to put in screws. Twist it a few times and it makes a hole big enough for the screw to get started. A box of screws, most of them reclaimed and second hand.
Hammer them out flat to make a sort of bracket, to fix the pallet to the corner post.
I took the handle off this door and utilized the hole in the wood to screw it to a pallet.
The two glass doors are screwed on tightly. I am not sure where I shall put the white door yet. Shoukd it be this side....
My next door neighbour gave me this piece of laminate wall board. It will be useful for lining one of the walls.
Someone asked if I had lost any weight with all the walking. Probably not, because I ate some convenience food which wasn't particularly good for me. My body coped with the exercise pretty well this time. Only two small blisters which were soon popped and gone. I had hardly any upper leg muscle ache, and my shoulders didn't get sore carrying the weight. I quite like the idea of 100 miles in five days, so I might stick to that in the future. Any longer and it gets a bit samey. Walk all day , take photographs, buy some food, find a bed, write the blog, go to bed, eat breakfast, and do it all again. Five days is better.
That's all for now, I'm off to bed.