Shed activities on hold

The shed shut down activities in early March as a lockdown seemed imminent. As most of the people attending are in the at risk or at high risk categories it will be a while before activities can restart.

Okehampton Show

On Wednesday we got ready for the show by sorta loading the potato sorter into David’s trailer and taking it up to the showground where we unloaded it again under the direction of Michael Ash the chairman of the Tractor Club who organises that part of the show.  I loaded up with some examples of… Continue reading Okehampton Show

Wooden tools

Hope you can identify the 5 tools in this wooden cut-out. The last posting was of a guy holding a mug of tea, not a pint of beer by the way. We do make a lot of tea but don’t supply beer. The new Thursday sessions are going well alongside the Wednesday ones giving people… Continue reading Wooden tools

Snowday

I imagine every blog is adding pictures of snow at the moment and Okey shed don’t want to be left out. So Mike got up to the shed on Saturday 2 Feb before anyone could leave footprints and got a couple scenic shots off to show the depth – about 3 inches so easily deep enough… Continue reading Snowday

A new year

Here is a better view of the front of the shed with the BBQ in front and both front handrails in place. There are some more handrails to add at the ends of the balcony which are just being painted. Another priority is the west facing wall of the shed which has been suffering the effects… Continue reading A new year