The meadow hide is now finished . One question I’m often asked is how are you going to move a 2.5 metre square wooden building the fifteen miles to site . Especially as the hide will have to be carried on to the site down a narrow foot path .
The answer is that the hide has been built in sections, so once the cladding is removed the largest piece is only 2000mm x 900mm and all the packs weigh less that 25kg. In total there are over 30 packs of timber so it’s not going to be easy. Bring on the hide “jigsaw “
Here is my photo of the week , the humble Great tit , enjoying a bath in the paddling pool at the Meadow Hide.
Today I’m flying solo at the hide. The much needed trim to the path is now complete , paddling pool water topped up , so that’s todays duties done and dusted. It’s quiet here today , both in the number of feathers and paws visiting the hide , but also noise created by humans. The […]
Friday at the hide , 13th may 2022 A bonus day at the hide today , and i’m not here alone , today my co-pilot is none other than The Wiltshire Birdman , Mr Graham Stewart. It’s been over a week since my last visit to the hide , an boy has the meadow grown […]