So I stapled the barbed wire round the bottom of the veggie-bed fence (and learned that turning the electric fence off while working nearby might be a good idea).
Then the pig ark roof blew off. (I said the weather had gone a bit English.) Which meant I had to go and buy a rivet gun and some Very Long Screws. It wasn't much fun - I've never used a rivet gun before and it didn't have any instructions.
Then the local tree place phoned up to say our ten Blue Spruce had arrived and could we come and pick them up as soon as possible (it's a long-term project that should pay for Christmases in about five years). Clare's up there right now in the drizzle, digging holes for them.
Then the local garden place phoned up and said the polytunnel's arrived. Which means we need to get hold of a friend with a digger to level that corner of a field that will be forever under plastic.
Then a friend phoned up and said the new mayor's been elected - not the candidate half the people we know know, but a woman about whom no one knows anything. Which means we have to put the MASSIVE DOSSIER together NOW, have it translated into French by a friend of a friend, and go and have a Very Important Meeting with her.
But yesterday, I did finally put the stock fencing round the veggie bed above the barbed wire. Very nearly. After 100 yards (metres), I ran out of wire just two metres (yards) short of the final gate post. Which means I still have to finish that before I start building the chicken house.