Seven of us met up with Craig on a crisp winter's morning for a task that was hopefully going to keep us warm.
Our worksite was only a very short walk from the car park on the path leading to the steps down to the mill. A cleft fence had been started by another group and unfortunately it wasn't as level as Craig would have liked, so our first job was to take part of it out and put it back deeper in the ground so it was all of the same height. Once this was done we continued erecting the fence going away from the car park towards the steps.
It did at times prove quite a hard task as we were having to dig into sandstone this meant in a few cases the posts had to be shortened. None of this was made any easier by the snow that started to fall late morning.
Just as we were packing up we had a visit from Craig's family whose two daughters went home very happily with the four remaining cup cakes.
Thanks to Craig and my colleagues for a very productive workday.