I'm up in the Lakes at my parents' place on my hols at the moment and taking a welcome break from painting miniatures - more of which when I get home and photograph all the new stuff I painted for BOYL 2014.
I must admit though it is a bit of a working holiday as there's loads of jobs to do and the place is a bit of a building site.
However, one of the more pleasurable jobs has been repairing and in this case rebuilding the dry stone walls around the place. This one had to be taken down to allow the builders to dig a drain down to the stream. I had to rebuild it as it forms part of the boundary that keeps the sheep in the neighbouring field.
|Job's a good 'un!|
I believe the going tate is £28 per metre, per side.
I'll have to speed up a bit before I can consider a change of career though...