Monkeying About


The WordPress software has gone stark raving mad and won’t do anything I want. I haven’t  time to wrestle with it, so this post is going to be like this whether I like it or not. Anyway, the pictures reflect some further deforestation following the original carving of space for the satellite signal to get through. Plying a chainsaw up at those heights is exciting stuff. Then I used pulleys and ropes to catch and swing across branches overhanging neighbours’ gardens.

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About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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19 Responses to Monkeying About

  1. If you have another shed you’ll just hoard more stuff 😜.

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  2. Lizzie Ross says:

    How about a shed with a bench built into one of the outer walls? Whatever you decide, enjoy it!
    And I’m wondering if WordPress glitches are one consequence of the new privacy laws. I had to do some fiddling with my site, but I think all is clear, and I know that international readers are able to find my posts.

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  3. Chain saws, ropes and trees…adventurous undertaking – but well motivated!

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  4. Sue W says:

    Well, I hope the programs are worth all this effort. Oh, and by the way, you look as though you have a wooden leg!

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    • colonialist says:

      So far the only ones I have really enjoyed have been the solid string of symphonies — and those are just sound. My right leg certainly did get itself cunningly concealed.

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  5. May your glitches be sorted soon

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  6. Sabra Bowers says:

    Dangerous work. Glad it worked out.

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  7. Widdershins says:

    Major structural engineering going on there. 😀

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