With time of work between Christmas and New Year, I finally had the time to crack on with the Inn. Now that I have a Cumberland Castle kit on order (to arrive by the end of January) I have new motivation to complete the Inn so I can clear the way to work on C. Castle, the Retreat and Stratford Bakery. I decided that the Inn is going to be finished before starting any of the others and knowing that if I dry built the two kits I already have as I planned to do over Christmas, I would end up not putting them away again. So for now they remain safely tucked away in a cupboard.
Despite there still being some work to do on the exterior of the Inn, I started the Christmas break going back to the interior. Okay, so I started the Christmas break by cooking too much, eating too much and trying to act enthusiastic about the present my sister gave me, but all that is another story entirely. The insides of the Inn were given their basic decor as I built the structure, so the next task was to start on adding furniture.
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