Saturday, 8 December 2012
Some times you ask yourself WHY ?
First of all, We have been so busy, I haven't found time
to keep the blog up to date. So I apologize for that.
The weather has been horrible very, very wet and windy.
Barrington Court looks a bit like this all over.
a couple of trees haven't been able to withstand the combination
of soaking wet ground and strong winds.
This is the top view of a walnut tree.
The sheep don't seem to mind.
and here is something I have never done before
someone asked me if i could have a go at making tea bowls.
I've never made them before
so we shall have to see how they turn out.
Now we have the freezing weather to cope with
The consolation is that it's Dry
But very cold.
Once again these girls don't seem to mind.
So we have so little stock in the showroom
that I had to cancel putting some work in at the
Ilminster Art Centre Christmas show.
and we were going to not attend the Dunster Castle event.
But I convinced Marion we should go
more as a PR thing than anything.
This is all of our stock out on display!
I'm glad I said to Marion it was a PR thing
because we only sold about 6 pots in a five hour spell.
and as it was last year it was blooming FREEZING!!
The worst thing is that today we are there again
from 4pm - 9.30pm.
It's a great event and well worth the journey.
so come along and say hello.
They have forgotten the Christmas music so tonight I'm taking
my digital radio to put on smooth xmas.
It's not all bad, how's this for a view
and I think Marion worked out very quickly why I still wanted to go
the burgers just by our stand are just brilliant!
Well you have to keep warm some how!
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