On Sunday, SEAMS had a gas-up as part of the National Trusts open day. This year the turnout was not as good as last year and our position, although flatter, was further away from the farm. Lady Luck smiled upon us and we had a good day weather wise, with just a shower as we packed up. There were a few new engines to be seen, with a Weeks crop sprayer making its debut after a 30 year restoration! Martin's Hartop performed admirably and frugally consumed its tank of fuel, with a bit left
I managed a trip round the House this year,the tour going round most of the oldest part, which dates from the 16th Century. On the table in one of the rooms was a selection of the old wallpapers removed, complete with the lining paper which was old agricultural journals.
There were a few of these devices scattered about, anyone know what they are used for?
The full collection is here....http://s961.photobucket.com/albums/ae95/avtype/