This week my customers are doing all the writing. They have kept an online blog of their garden since 2009 and first came across Green Bug in 2012.
The long awaited greenhouse
It has seemed like such a long time coming, but that's because it has been a long time. Greenhouse envy was recorded here seven years ago in 2012, and after much saving, Robin McGregor has arrived to begin its construction. I have never seen anyone work so hard and so meticulously. He arrived mid afternoon to discover the builders' merchant had delivered the wrong bricks, spent much of the afternoon sorting that out, and then worked until late into the evening barrowing bricks up the garden the designated spot and digging the foundations. He has spent three days camped out on our drive, working from dawn until dark to get the base ready. He is now back in Wales constructing the frame and will be back soon to finish the job. We are very pleased with the results so far, and excited that our greenhouse dream will soon be a reality.
It was great to get back up to Perthshire but the weather was a bit wild and the rain stayed for most of the week - almost right up until the moment I left in fact, and then the sun came out for the photos.
This is the "Richard" greenhouse - one of the smallest greenhouses I build, measuring 2.5m long by 1.8m wide. There is still a huge amount of detail to it though with 3 gable ends, an overhanging roof, tight valleys and 4 opening windows.
From: Russell Willis Taylor
Sent: 06 April 2019 12:56
To: Robin McGregor <firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Invoice 1084 from Green Bug Ltd
So glad you made it home safely -- and we very much enjoyed spending time with you. The greenhouse is a delight-- so beautifully made and exactly what we wanted-- and many thanks to you for working in the dark and rain when needed!
Hope to see you again in our part of the world, and will heartily recommend you to anyone who needs a greenhouse of the absolute best quality.
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