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... taught me is to look at other peoples furniture and use ideas in my own designs.
After the Easter holiday break, construction got underway in earnest. The basic frame and carcass of the cabinet is a mixture of solid and veneered partitions, and I was pleasantly surprised how relatively easily I managed to pull it all together. What would have been a painstaking process six months ago was almost intuitive for me at this stage of the course. I still managed to make a ...
... Now remind me, how does that project planning stuff work? Oh yes, think how long it will take to do something, then double it, add a bit more and that's probably somewhere close. On that basis my table is scheduled to take me about 150 hours to complete. Even at a very modest £20 per hour that's going to make this one very expensive table at about £3000! I'm going to have to get a bit quicker at this!
... with her niece at 10 o'clock and we expected to be thrown out. But no, Ann insisted we stay on alone in the house to continue. And so we did, until noon!
It seems ungrateful to be critical of Ann and the service we have had at Craigielee B&B, however, we were aghast when we found the shoes which she had assured she would dry overnight, were waiting at the door, still very wet. This was even more frustrating given the skies ...
... from Edinburgh in the morn.
We’d been staying with Pete and Shona for the last few weeks and having a wonderful time, but must be on our way and let them get their lives back. We will greatly miss them, but left in the morning with promises of seeing one another again soon - either on this side of the Atlantic or the other.
However, after only a minute or 2 down the road, we were having difficulties. Seems that ...
... one. These abbeys are all
in ruins now, since they were ransacked by King Henry VIII during the
Reformation. Melrose is famous for being the place where Robert the
Bruce's heart is buried, and Jedburgh is famous for its association with
Mary, Queen of Scots. It was a cold, dreich day as the Scots would say,
but the abbey was quite lovely and the town of Kelso is a really cute
small town. ...
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