I suppose this is the final stage of the 'tower' build; a new coat of crushed stone, on which to park the Compact Royce.
I ordered a lorry-load (2 cu ms) of stone, from our bloody JCB man, about two years ago.... and its only recently turned-up.
It's a good thing I'm not impatient!
Looks OK; don't you think?
Looks very good and I think I spy your new gas bottle holder on the left.ReplyDelete
You do indeed!Delete
Looking good....is that the 'thing' atop the tower that you bought this summer?ReplyDelete
Not this summer; a few summers back. Not quite sure what it was, but it does the job.Delete
How do they get that wonderful mix of crushed stone and leaves? The fortifications look to be coming on well Sir. Do the anti-les-zombie spikes on the gate need to be a touch taller?ReplyDelete
I wanted to buy a nice old rusty antique gate, but the dealers all thought I was Rothschild. The cheepo modern job has to suffice.Delete
looking very tidy and countryfide, Cro! Well done.ReplyDelete
The crunch of gravel as the Rolls sweeps up to the door...ReplyDelete
Tom sent me here to study it closely and it looks very well.ReplyDelete
Never mind, Cro. At least it's come ready aged. It looks like it's been there years. Very nice.ReplyDelete
its a lovely warm colour, rather Tuscan.ReplyDelete
Looks wonderful. Love the tower... Colours are superb ...ReplyDelete
Looks very nice, indeed!ReplyDelete
Wow!!!! It is just beautiful, Cro.ReplyDelete
The title of this post is misleading! :) Hahaha...good one!ReplyDelete
Not to me, it isn't!!!Delete
Looks great Cro,I have to say the tower looks like it has been there forever now,II imagine you stand back at times and preen your feathers because you should you both did a fantastic job.The gravel looks wonderful well done!ReplyDelete
I have to admit that we are both amazed!Delete