Plan B is to post another blog and hopefully by the time I've finished, our changeable weather will have turned back to dry and breezy. I have bait to change on the rat traps and had another woodpile that I wanted to process and get under cover. If it's still wet and windy then I'll make some focaccia bread and prepare dinners for the next three days when I'm working 'lates'.
Last Tuesday's weather was very different; a huge frost to start the day and I left home early so I could get some photos down on the waterfront. The mud puddles on the drive were covered with a thick slab of ice and there were some icy patches on the tar seal further down the road. It was low tide at Halfmoon Bay and the red seaweed was white with frost.
|Frosty morning 23 June 2015|
|Close-up of frosty seaweed|
|Sunrise over the ferry terminal|
|Smoky water around the boats on Halfmoon Bay|
I can see blue patches out one window and dark grey clouds out the other. Will keep my fingers crossed for getting my traps rebaited in the dry and leave you with yesterday's work on my new woodboxes.
|The heap of branches now sawn up but where to put the overflow now that|
the woodbox is full
|Solution: build a new woodbox!|