On the plan today is to head to Newcastle & catch up with some people Si used to work with. We’re again travelling the long way around by the coastal roads. Looking forward to some great scenery.
Today’s words are: DRILL BANK STICK ANGLE WOUND ENTERANCE
DRILL Best tool ever. We have a couple of Makita battery powered ones so one has the drill bit and the other has a driver bit. Saves so much time when working on building projects.
BANK we had to create a softly graduated bank when we built a retaining wall. So much easier to mow than the previous bumpy stretch!
STICK driftwood? We don’t have a fire so I don’t encourage the kids to bring anything home from rambles but there is a small place in the garden, by the front door, that has one of M’s driftwood finds along with a volcanic rock B brought home from a geography trip to Mt St Johns. He got an Excellence on that project.
ANGLE preferably 90 degrees, especially when concreting in fence posts J
WOUND something M has to have covered, even if it’s a papercut! Frequently frustrating, but like his dad, he doesn’t do well seeing any blood. Most especially his own.
ENTERANCE I love our front door. It’s dark and solid. We need to re-set the pavers in tho – they were a temporary fix to the original owners putting down wall tile. The slightest bit of wet and it becomes a skating rink.