The builders have left for the weekend.
Drip, drip, drip.
Leak, leak, leak.
Buckets, bowls and crates
Splish, splish, splish
The word tarpaulin originated as a compound of the words tar and palling,
By association, according to one theory,
What is it with builders and tarpaulins? You would think a little bit of wet weather would be a hint to cover up the holes but maybe it is a thought too far. We have been flooded by the rain when the builders forgot the tarpaulin. I do hope you are not soaked.ReplyDelete
Very nice catching up with your blog today. You always provide some food for thought and some little delight to enjoy - like the toadstools. I remember hunting for ladyslippers and chanterelle mushrooms in the woods of Vancouver Island when I lived there.ReplyDelete
So the white flowers were Japanese cosmos. So pretty and sweet.
Love the explanation of tarpaulin - nothing worse than a drip, a leak - having to use a tarpaulin!ReplyDelete