Thursday, 12 February 2009

More Pennine Wet.

MY PENNINE WAY PICTURE FOR TODAY
More wetness, this time on the Cheviot Hills.



TODAYS WEATHER READINGS
Temp Low: -4C
Temp High: 2C
Feels Like: -7 to 0C
Precipitation: 3 mm
Wind Speed: 20 mph
Wind Direction: NW
UV Index: Low
Weather: Overcast with snow.

MY WORK BOOK

See to the sheep
Field
Misc
Thu 12/02/2009 08:30
Thu 12/02/2009 09:00
30 minutes
1) Took across some hay.
2) Checked and counted the sheep.
3) Removed the ice from the water trough.

Checked round the greenhouses
Greenhouse & Conservatory
Indoors
Thu 12/02/2009 09:00
Thu 12/02/2009 09:30
30 minutes
Did some watering.

Cleaning
Home
Misc
Thu 12/02/2009 09:30
Thu 12/02/2009 10:30
1 hour
Removed another set of brass door fittings and cleaned up.

Break for tea
Home
Misc
Thu 12/02/2009 10:30
Thu 12/02/2009 11:00
30 minutes

See to the bin Hall
Misc
Thu 12/02/2009 10:50
Thu 12/02/2009 11:10
20 minutes
Put the black bins back

Cleaning
Home
Misc
Thu 12/02/2009 11:10
Thu 12/02/2009 12:45
95 minutes
Removed, cleaned and refitted the rest of the brass door fittings.

Break for lunch
Home
Misc
Thu 12/02/2009 12:45
Thu 12/02/2009 13:30
45 minutes

Tidying up
Greenhouse
Indoors
Thu 12/02/2009 13:30
Thu 12/02/2009 16:45
3.25 hours
Had a good clear out in the greenhouse. Tidied up all the plants and cleared out under the benches and scrubbed the floor.

See to the bins
Hall
Misc
Thu 12/02/2009 16:45
Thu 12/02/2009 17:00
15 minutes
Put out the recycle tubs.

2 comments:

Merle said...

Dear Bob ~~ You sure took lots of photos on your Pennine Walk of all sorts. We had a lake in Shepparton, but it has dried up in the drought. A 13 year old girl got stuck in the mud and had to be rescued. A week later, a man ran across and also got stuck, He was running from the police, and they had to rescue him and then arrest him for theft I think.
Thanks for your message and I am so fortunate to be safe in my area. The fires have been so
devestating and are still burning.
Take care, my friend, Regards, Merle.

The Weaver of Grass said...

You sure encountered some water on your Pennine way walk, Bob