One of the large sheds at the aged FIL was in a really decrepit state, and had started falling down. Over the past year or so I’ve been gradually dismantling it; stacking the corrugated iron roof panels in a neat pile, and putting the tree-trunks which formed the support poles and roof trusses in another shed, out of the rain – for adding to the firewood supply. As the aged FIL is currently away, I took advantage of this fact and took the chainsaw with me to cut up the longer poles and one particularly troublesome roof beam. The shed is nearly completely dismantled now. It made a nice break from thinking about lime concrete flooring and built-in showers!