That’s a lovely urn, and so specially made. I can’t imagine the weight of this task. What a beautiful result
Pretty good guess @busso - you only left out the time needed to wait for the pole to rise oooops, I mean the loaves
Watering the garden?
Thanks skegs, was afraid to ask that one!
Crikey! Did I write that… Geez, I thought my english was better than that.
A great tribute Pete… nice work.
I really hope that was a typo
Thanks mate, the turning wasn’t the hard part, it was probably the most emotional thing I have done. The guys at the Men’s Shed were shattered at Dennis;s passing within a couple of hours of knocking off after a day at the shed, he was a founding member and a dynamo.
Thanks to all you guys and gals that enjoyed see the urn also.
You are so naughty.
Ain’t it so funny, as we get older we hit the enter key before we read what what we have written. I just love this forum and the family atmosphere.
Just so, Peter - how unfair of Wilfred to say I am the naughty one! Rereading HIS post should set the picture straight - who thinks of red wine, a pole, and 12 hours in the bedroom when discussing bread recipes? Wilfred does
I think he was thinking of Dawn, she is the ‘wild child’ and she draws you innocents into her den.
But I like it, aahhh, the youthful memories.
I not sure which is the naughtiest, Eva or Dawn but they sure make me smile.
Notice I smile more than I blush.
They are both feathers from the same bird, always good for a smile, but some of it goes clear over my head.