Mental state not helped by the DP having gone to feed birds, checked rat poison, been to shedudio moving my paintings down there and never noticed the fence damage, therefore it had to have happened mid morning in broad daylight. When I was in the house, with the radio on and not in the kitchen where I might have witnessed who did it....
To bring you all back up to speed. We had a Leylandii hedge there which was there for 20 years without any damage. It was then damaged on a number of occasions which eventually killed this part of it. So an insurance claim went in and we got a replacement fence.
This was then ploughed into and we removed the damaged bits, and strung up fairy lights. Our plight was even in the local paper.
Some of the latest damaged bits are flung into the garden.
We have decided we have to replace the fence. Otherwise we will have a vehicle in the garden damaging the lawn, the trees, killing the cat or me on my way to the shedudio. I am soooooooooo upset by this.
Hey ho. Apart from that - beautiful weather again today. Although the 20 plus mph winds return tomorrow.
Kessock Burn going into the sea, thats where the Gulls gather for wash and brush up, feather sorting etc.
Great Black Backed Gull.
Great Black Backed having a stretch.
Shedudio is now housing most of my paintings. Hung or displayed - safely.
And - tada - I now have my daylight bulb lamp so I do not have to pack in drawing or painting at 3 p.m.
So the end of a struggle day. Half the solar lights are still working on the perimeter fence. So taking my cue from them I will battle on.