After the excitement of Saturday's big Antiques Fair at Builth, Sunday was a bit of a quiet affair. I was still feeling very tired, and rain prevented us doing a car boot sale, although we did look around the local one, and I came home with an elderly but good English saddle. As you do! It cost me all of £6!
I am still trying to get on top of the things which MUST be done before we can call out a new estate agent, but as I have a cold or something, and have been aching and tired, only minimal jobs have been done, but a step has been made in the right direction regarding finding homes for things, and sorting out what can GO!
Here are some bits of material which are STAYING, as I bought them at Builth on Saturday, for £2 for the 4 pieces. I have wanted to sit down and sew all summer, but life keeps getting in the way. I seem to be doing all the things now, which didn't get done when I was ill in the spring. Ah well, sooner or later we will arrive. I have much to be grateful for this summer. including some very positive things for our children. Sooner or later, someone will fall in love with our house - or at least, I hope so.
A few left-over photos from the weekend. Here is the view from the car park at Builth - which is girdled with hills.
On the way home . . .
The hills near the Powys border with Carmarthenshire.
Lastly, looping round the Z-bends of the Sugarloaf.