Mr Chairman has been busy finishing some huts for Tŷ’n-y-Coedcae. Working clockwise from the top:
The woodwork on an original Pol Sands hut has been repainted to match a the new Edwardian period.
LBH assembled a 422 Modelmaking Timber Platelayers’ Hut kit and Mr C ‘repaired’ a broken batten and painted it.
Finally MrC has revived an earlier model of a scratch built wooden hut. In its original location the rear wasn’t visible, so wasn’t finished to the same standard as the rest. However on Tŷ’n-y-Coedcae it’ll be both viewer-facing and close to the front so an upgrade is needed. MrC ingeniously sourced the thin wooden sheet from Camembert packaging.
Tŷ’n-y-Coedcae fiddle yard and a tale of two glues, Paul🏅manfully overcame the effects of the solvent of the contact adhesive used to fix the formica while LBH was a tad heavy-handed with the Resin W bottle leading to a spill not too dissimilar in appearance to a Christmas cake.