Wednesday, 22 October 2014
I was outdoors today with the National Trust Strangford Lough group.
We were at the little wood beside the village of Greyabbey, County Down.
Out jobs today included picking up litter, felling a few trees selectively, and erecting fence-posts.
Quick-drying cement is used for this purpose.
We all lunched in the changing-room beside the village soccer pitch, welcome shelter from somewhat inclement weather this morning.
I took home two sackfuls of logs (the wood isn't seasoned).
Any guesses what the implement above is?