Sunday 4 September 2011

A Blank Canvas

Work continued in Arcadia yesterday, as it shall for several days only, on the shell of the 'Miniature Museum of Thames Angling History', the first of its kind known to have been ambitiously built in the back of a small van.  Helped in no small part by several pots of strong tea, the generous loan of several planks of reclaimed English oak flooring, a few floor unwanted Edwardian floor tiles found at a car boot sale and a liberal spread of white primer for the walls and wheel arch covers from the ironmongers next door to E. Mono, one of the lost shops of Kentish Town.