A positive piece of news is that the report on Teddy's overhaul is that much less work is needed than first feared. This has cheered me up immensely. Especially since I'm still struggling to find the time and space to get to grips with Tug's electronics.
I at least managed to re-seed the lawn today, a task that took 9,200 steps according to my FitBit. In the past it has bounced back quite well, so we will see. The main task is really to fence off the track and workshop to prevent this sort of damage
I have to remind myself that the line is actually still the longest it has ever been. It just doesn't feel like it. So relaying the lifted section is quite key psychologically.
Extending the other end of the line really means firming up plans for the route to the Studio and deciding the location of a planned pond.
|The daffodils are just before the current head of rail, honest.|
Meanwhile, we are struggling to maintain our isolation...
...which in reality means visits to the line are on hold, given that I fall into two of the high-risk groups.