Wednesday, 23 July 2008

The nearly after ...

Remember the nearly before? ... if not check here

Here's the nearly after - nearly because it's bare except for the rare tree in the middle of the paving. I think it's called 'black-rubber broom' - LOLOL! It's also nearly after because it's to be hosed down (recycled paving slabs) and the decking, which has been down for around 3 years, needs freshening up. OK, this is another stitched photo to make a panorama - 4 photo's this time.


Here's a view from the bottom looking up towards the house. Guess what it is that would have wound me up if it hadn't been put right - which it has now! What you can't see are the 2 sheds that are behind the raised car hardstanding. One is a 12'x10' - intended as a workshop for hubby but currently being used as a storeroom - and a 7'x7' one for the garden. There's also one of the big green & cream plastic stores between the sheds but, it's not a big garden compared to the one we left when we moved here - lol! - especially as we've lost about a third of it to the hardstanding, extension and ramps. You can just see one of the seagull parents sitting on the chimney.... which my 'craft room' (if it ever gets finished) goes around - and no, it's not the dormer.

Thanks for dropping by .....

6 comments:

Cally said...

Hi Pam

The garden looks so much better. I bet you are really pleased with it.

When's the barbe!!! lol

budge said...

Pam it looks great.Once you get you pots etc on it it will lovely can't wait to see the finished look.

Sylv xx

Deb said...

The spindle on the right hasn`t been treated lol

Jan R said...

Looks really good Pam, love those colour slabs.
Have plenty of space for pots and trough etc.
Interesting washing line you have there....lol!

Liz said...

It's looking great Pam now all you need is your plants and somewhere to sit in the sun! x

Jak said...

I can all but see the washing blowing on the line Pam.
It looks great.