. . . a load of junk the builders have to clear away, both outside and in the garage. We have been reliably informed that it will all be gone by tomorrow. Not sure about the caravan, though. It may have been moved to the car-park next door but it's still very visible. I think from the way it's slowly turning green that it's taken root.
We still have a snag list, mostly small things it has to be said, although we are concerned about a leak from one of the rooflights. It only happened once when there was very heavy rain from the east but it's going to be a b****er to fix as it's slap bang above the conservatory which is going to make ladder/scaffolding access difficult. Other decorating jobs, including painting the garage floor, will have to wait until the spring. And there's still quite a bit of iron work to be done. What is it about iron-forgers and blacksmiths? They all seem to work to their own clock which runs far slower than everyone else's.
And then there's the garden (sorry, wasteland) . . .