Kit made an inspection and reported back from the scaffold: he was quite satisfied with the many layers of roof that went up last week. And the inside is getting there too
We left our marks in Monday's concrete, and on Wednesday the interlocking logs were ready to go, reaching window height by the end of the day...
On Thurday, we got to the top of the wall...
...and beneath a Mawgan Porth rainbow sky (thanks to Disco Beads for the photo), the ridge was reached on Friday. COMPLETE WITH ROUND WINDOWS!
The start of this week saw the footings for the artsandcraft building being stirred, poured and rollered.
On the morning of the St. Jude's Day storm, Mawgan Porth was calm enough for Brian to plough on with the start of The Project. The golf hut has been part of Mawgan Porth for as long as most of us can remember - in the 70s, I used to peer over the counter with a typewritten note from my grandfather, Phil Wailes, that promised the bearer a free game for each day of the summer holidays. So we're sad to see the hut go, but we hope that the new building will echo the old one, and will come to be viewed as fondly. And there will always be crazy golf.
dave's hands hover over the keyboard, waiting for inspiration to strike. "but, kara, what does your new piece mean?"