Not much to report today peeps other than my Internet as failed once more and this is arriving courtesy of my dongle from the ferry terminal. It’s Tuesday morning now, I had pure ‘interstellar’ Internet last night but was in my bed at 8:30 worn out. This messing around with clocks really does send me ‘pear shaped’, consequently I was up at ‘stupid O clock’ trying to get me Internet working without success. It’s driving me nuts and must be summat simple. I appear to have a ‘hidden network’ called ‘ubnt.com2’ and some days my laptop takes it in its head to connect to one called ‘ubnt.com’.
My wife’s laptop always connects to the right one and my sons never!!! It’s really doing my head in as I never know weather I’ll see that annoying exclamation mark popping up next!! The wife’s laptop is so slow as to be virtually useless so not really much use.
What ‘Calum’ could have done with one of these
So, anyway, Monday was yet another cold day but with little in the way of rain for a change and to be honest, I don’t know where it went! First off I went to escort my son to the 7:55 sailing for Sconser, not cos he was unlikely to go on his own but just cos he needed a passenger with a licence After that I did some pottering about in my lovely shed, some work on a hydro turbine then a spell around at the chalet site with the digger.
We really must think of a name for him/her If Calum Macleod built the road to Arnish with a pick and shovel, just think what he could have done with one of these
Out on the hill
I also wedged the gate open on the pigs enclosure so they could go exploring and sure enough they eventually did.
By the time I’d finished digging they’d made their way down towards the end of the road, no doubt drawn by the sound of the digger and thinking of their stomachs.
They followed Molly and I right back to their field some distance away quite the thing.