Hi there, Bloggers from F. E. I have been working at the keyboard called Oliver in Michael’s study today, Michael says Oliver is William Burroughs grandfather, but he was eating his lunch in the altogether - no fur!
Michael went out early this morning to paint the house for the clockworks he said something about knowing too much about a building to be able to draw it and being too tired to engage with the internet. (Harbour Clock house. 1817. Design by Benjamen Wyatt and George Louch, altered by John Rennie. Ashlar with slate roof. Two storeys, with segmental 3 bay arcades to ground floor wings, plat band, cornice and parapet, with stacks to end left and end right. Central projecting tower with 2 storey arched opening, the band acting as imposts. Triglyph frieze and cornice to hipped roof with square clock turret with dentil cornice and open arcaded and balustraded belfry with weather vane. Three metal casements to each wing and central Diocletian window on 1st floor, tripartite glazing bar sashes on ground floor. Central panelled door and sidelights in round-headed surround. Boarded 2 storey doors in end elevations. Rear elevation identical to front, but without central Diocletian window. Interior: fine, simple interiors with trussed rafter roofs. Originally fitted with brass solar meridian line, stolen mid 1970's. Stone domed clock room in central tower. The changing upper floor levels indicate that Wyatt's original design was for single storey wings - Rennie added the upper floors.) accreditation Newman and Busson.
Anyway this blogging lark is too much like hard work so I am relaxing by playing a bit of music on the guitar.