After 23:00 now so this will be short, I’m ‘two glasses down the hatch’ or ‘three sheets to the wind’ so not really fit to be posting but it’s been a momentous day. For a start the pigs returned home, just look at the ‘wee darlings’ all snuggled up in the bracken at the Tarbert fank That was 7:00am this morning as I was preparing to take my son to school on what promised to be a ‘pure peach of a day’.
The Storr looking pure magnificent in the morning sun.
After depositing the Dude on the 7:55 I returned home to get on with installing a bracket on the gable end of the house for our broadband ‘nano station’.
The station needs to have clear ‘line of sight’ to the highest point on the horizon which is the best part of a mile away. At the moment it’s set up for the caravan on a fence post behind the barn, but with a bit of luck the caravan will be away shortly and we’ll be in the house
And that came a step nearer today when Jamie of http://macphersonelectrical.com/about-us/ arrived off the first ferry to ‘power up’ the house.
That all went swimmingly well and he informed me that I had an amazing earth, better than the SSE in fact Well that’ll be the dirty great big copper bar and cable buried under the barn I said.
So our house has the best provisional EPC that my architect has ever seen, the best airtightness result reading on Skye (bar a Passivehaus) and a great earth, I am ‘well chuffed’
Happy hens queuing up to lay happy eggs.
Fine stonework at the ‘happy pig enclosure’
and the sun going down at feeding time.
The lights burning brightly at Sonas thanks to Jamie