I'm sure you don't want to hear about how the recent gale force winds ripped the felt from the shed roof, and how the rain has been pouring in, and how I've had to cover everything inside with a tarp and store tools in the tumble dryer. Yesterday, Mrs BC and I managed to get a replacement strip of felt on, but before we could get the other two done the rain came down again, making the boards too soggy, not to mention slippery and dangerous. Still, the felt that is on is securely fastened down with wide batons so at least that shouldn't go anywhere. I'm still waiting for my farmer friend to sort out some box profile sheeting for me, but the harvest got in the way.
Now that all the riding events are just about finished, my job as Area Rep will be taking me to the winter meetings. I'm starting off tonight with the Stirling Castle AGM, followed by our own NE Scottish one tomorrow. Then it'll be down to Glamis for Central Scotland and hopefully, I'll make it over to Clyde Valley in the not too distant future, with another trip to Auld Reekie before the year is out. The Highland guys require a talk from me too, and those lads and lassies on Shetland are looking forward to my winter visit.
Gotta go, got to be at Peter's for tea.